Into Film Clubs
Into Film Clubs provide opportunities to watch, review and make films.
After her parents die in India, young Mary Lennox is brought back to England and taken to live in the strange gloomy house owned by her uncle. However, her uncle is almost never there - and having worked out how to get out of her locked room, Mary explores the house and its grounds, and starts to find out the many hidden places and stories lurking there. The Secret Garden was originally one of the great books for children - and this film version is every bit as good.
Teach your students about the ins-and-outs of classic films from the Must See Movies Before You Grow Up list!
During World War I, with their father away fighting and their mother busy as a nurse, five children are sent to stay with their eccentric uncle.
5–14 years 85 mins
Iconic story about three London children moving to the country after their father is falsely imprisoned, forced to live in poverty in rural Yorkshire.
7–14 years 106 mins
Classic David Lean adaptation of the Dickens novel about an orphan with a mysterious benefactor.
11+ years 113 mins
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We take a look at how French animation Phantom Boy references cinema old and new, and compassionately tackles the issue of dealing with a serious illness.
Reading time 6 mins
Fresh animation from Pixar, Onward, leads this week's DVD releases whilst One Man and His Shoes is released in UK cinemas
Reading time 5 mins
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