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Cinema's release calendar is on a roll and, as we gradually return to our local screens, there is a variety of titles available for every age group and a range of genres for every taste. The highly anticipated horror A Quiet Place Part II is released this week, alongside uplifting British drama Dream Horse and the animated adventure Felix and the Hidden Treasure.
Safety is of course at the forefront of everyone's mind right now so make sure to check out the specific guidelines for your local cinema before visiting. Meanwhile, many cinemas have used lockdown as an opportunity to improve and renovate their venues so that we can all enjoy the best possible cinema experience.
On its release A Quiet Place was praised for its highly imaginative and suspenseful use of sound as well as its representation of American Sign Language. Picking up from where the last film ended, A Quiet Place Part II sees the Abbott family venturing out to find other survivors of the terrifying aliens that have taken over the Earth, with mother Evelyn now solely responsible for keeping her daughter Regan, son Marcus and the newborn baby safe as they seek permanent refuge. This expansion to the franchise is packed with thrills and digs deeper into its dystopian future.
The Abbott family must venture away from their home to find permanent refuge from the alien creatures which have attacked Earth.
Age group16+ years
Dream Horse is based on the fascinating true story of a community coming together in South Wales to buy, breed and train a racehorse despite not having any previous experience in the largely middle-class sport, while Felix and the Hidden Treasure is an animated adventure from Canada which follows a young boy's quest to find his father, who disappeared at sea two years prior.
A working class community in South Wales decide to buy and train a racehorse, despite having no experience in the sport.
Age group11–14 years
Our film guides are built to aid educators in the classroom or at home, using a framework of discussion points and activities for young people to consider films in new and invigorating ways. Like A Quiet Place Part II, Sound of Metal also heavily features American Sign Language as a key component to its story, while fans of Felix and the Hidden Treasure may enjoy exploring the comic characters of Captain Underpants and Shrek.
A film guide that looks at Sound of Metal (2019), exploring its key topics and themes through informal discussion.
A film guide that looks at Captain Underpants (2017), exploring its key topics and themes through informal discussion.
Two special guest writers discuss how to create your own Into Film Club and series of screenings for those with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD)
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We chatted to workers from three historic UK cinemas on the history behind the venues, the local communities that support them and their work with young people.
Reading time 10 mins
We're hugely proud to bring you Into Film+, the new streaming service for schools that will allow you to stream films legally and easily in the classroom.
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