Family espionage caper about the children of two retired spies who have to rescue their parents from the villainous Fegan Floop.
Spying isn’t just for adults; kids can make equally good secret agents, as demonstrated in this lighthearted family adventure which is packed full of the trademark fun that characterised the rest of the franchise.Read more
Operation Third Form(1966)
This Children’s Film Foundation film transports the conventions of a spy thriller into the escapades of London schoolboys in the 1960s.
London schoolboys from the 1960s take on the spy genre in this release from the Children’s Film Foundation, an organisation which made films about Britain aimed at young people from the 1950s through to the 1980s.Read more
Harriet The Spy(1996)
Excellent adaptation of the much-loved book about a girl who writes down everything she sees.
Based on the children’s book of the same name, this lively adaptation – looking at both the drawbacks and upsides of being a child – sees the world through the eyes of an inquisitive 11-year-old girl and would-be sleuth.Read more
Action thriller about a teen who has been trained to be a super spy by his uncle, whose death leaves him pitted against a sinister billionaire.
Anthony Horowitz – writer of modern Sherlock Holmes and James Bond books – adapted his own novel for the screen with Stormbreaker, about teenage MI6 agent Alex Rider. Featuring a cast that includes Stephen Fry, Ewan McGregor, Bill Nighy and Mickey Rourke, this is a great example of a young-adult take on the espionage scene.Read more
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