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Leading the new releases in the first week of 2018 is Ridley Scott's All the Money in the World, a thriller set in 1973 which sees the world's richest man, Jean Paul Getty, refuse to pay the ransom when his teenage grandson is kidnapped.
A renowned army captain must escort a dying man and his family across the Great Plains in the 1892-set violent western Hostiles; a young Syrian refugee acquires the power of levitation in Hungarian supernatural thriller Jupiter's Moon; and Benedict Cumberbatch provides narration in Walk With Me, a meditative documentary about a community of Buddhist monks and nuns in South West France.
A renowned army captain must escort a dying man and his family through dangerous territory in 1892.
Age group16+ years
Supernatural Hungarian thriller set around the refugee crisis.
Age group16+ years
Note: There are no new DVD releases this week. Film ordering is currently suspended until mid-January 2018 while we establish a new DVD distribution service. In the meantime, you are still able to add titles to your club's wishlist. Find out more.
In partnership with Mayor of London Sadiq Khan's London Borough of Culture bid, our new competition asks young Londoners to make a film about where they live.
Viewing time 5 mins
January 2018 sees the launch of our new DVD distribution service, allowing Into Film Clubs to continue receiving free DVDs to screen in their schools and clubs.
Reading time 3 mins
Learn how to enrich language lessons with our 'Short Film in Language Teaching' online course
Reading time 4 mins
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