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In April 1912, the largest and most luxurious passenger ship in history set sail on its first ever voyage from Southampton to New York - only to hit an iceberg just four days later and sink in the frozen waters of the Atlantic. This tragic story is at the centre of Titanic (the name of the ship itself) - and the movie is almost as huge and awe-inspiring as its subject, focusing on an illicit on-board romance between poor stowaway Jack Dawson and the wealthy Rose DeWitt (played by Leonardo Di Caprio and Kate Winslet).
A superb semi-documentary recreation that sticks closely to the facts of the stricken passenger cruiser the Titanic.
11–16 years 118 mins
Loud and colourful adaptation of Shakespeare's classic play about two star-crossed lovers from bitterly feuding families.
11+ years 115 mins
One of the most famous love stories ever, set against an American Civil War backdrop, about a romance threatened by violence, famine and fire.
11+ years 211 mins
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Assistant Headteacher and club leader Simon Pile discusses how film brought him closer to the events of the past, and how it can do the same for your students.
Reading time 3 mins
Often regarded as one of the greatest filmmakers of all time, we take a look at the far-reaching influence and legacy of the 'Master of Suspense'.
Reading time 9 mins
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