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One of the most eagerly anticipated family films of the year, A Wrinkle In Time, leads this week's crop of new releases. Adapted from the classic 1962 novel by Madeleine L'Engel, it tells the story of Meg and her younger brother Charles, who, following the disappearance of their scientist father are sent on an extraordinary journey across space by three remarkable women, to try and find him.
Thirteen-year-old Meg must travel throughout the universe to find her father who has been missing for four years.
Age group7–14 years
Have a Nice Day is a thrilling satirical crime film from China, using animation to tell a neo-noir story about a young driver working for a gang who steals a bag of cash from his boss; Unsane is a gripping horror thriller from acclaimed director Steven Soderbergh, shot entirely on an iPhone; and Westwood: Punk, Icon, Actvisit is an intimate documentary about legendary fashion designer Vivienne Westwood and her astonishing forty year career balancing her hugely innovative design work with passionate political activism.
Satirical gangster animation set in the eastern Chinese city of Nangsing about a young driver working for a gang stealing a bag of cash from his boss.
Age group16+ years
Psychological thriller about a woman who finds herself imprisoned in a mental institution against her will.
Age group14+ years
Peter Toole is a young actor sharing digs with an eccentric and beguiling older American actress. Learning she is the Oscar-winning actress Gloria Grahame, Peter and Gloria strike up a whirlwind romance. Fast-forward 20 years later and the couple are no longer together, with Peter back home in Liverpool living with his parents. Contacted by Gloria who has returned to England for a show, she asks if she can stay for a few days, only for Peter to discover she is terminally ill. While Peter's star-struck parents welcome Gloria into their close-knit home, he must come to terms with her being back in his life.
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With Disney's sci-fi blockbuster 'A Wrinkle in Time' hitting cinemas, we look at ten more films which celebrate sibling adventures.
Reading time 5 mins
One of the most enduring, entertaining and accessible types of film, equally beloved by young people and adults, we celebrate animation in all its forms.
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