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Oscar® nominated Chilean drama A Fantastic Woman tells the story of Marina, a transgender woman whose life begins to fall apart after the sudden death of her boyfriend. Played by transgender actress Daniela Vega, Marina is subjected to horrific instances of discrimination, yet she fights against bigotry and stereotypes to become an inspirational figure in this landmark film for trans representation in cinema.
In his third solo adventure, Thor returns to his home of Asgard only to discover that his older sister Hela, the goddess of death, has been released from prison. She immediately banishes her brother, the god of thunder, to the planet of Sakaar where he encounters sibling Loki and old friend The Hulk, who he must face in a gladiatorial contest before attempting to find his way home in this comedic, entertaining crowd-pleaser.
Armando Iannucci's darkly comic political satire The Death of Stalin revels in a farcical power struggle within the Soviet Union; Andy Serkis' directorial debut Breathe tells the true story of an inspiring couple whose lives change dramatically after one of them is struck down by polio in the 1950s; 'Winnie the Pooh' author A.A. Milne and his son come under the media spotlight in post-World War One Britain in gentle biopic Goodbye Christopher Robin.
Dark political satire about the chaos in the Soviet Union following the death of Joseph Stalin in 1953.
Age group16+ years
The true story of a couple whose lives change after the man is struck down with polio and left paralysed, leaving his wife to care for him.
Age group11–16 years
Inspired by the success of Greta Gerwig's brilliant new film 'Lady Bird', our curation team look at ten more brilliant debut feature films by female filmmakers.
Reading time 6 mins
A selection of films which explore loss and the grieving process in all its forms, from kitchen-sink dramas to animated folktales.
Suitable forAll ages
No. of films15
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