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The Big Bad Fox and Other Tales... is a trio of animated short stories presented by amusing farmyard animals. 'A Baby to Deliver' follows the adventures of a rabbit, pig and duck as they attempt to take on a stork's duties; 'The Big Bad Fox' sees the creature steal a chicken's eggs but receives a surprise when they hatch and think the fox is their mother; 'The Perfect Christmas' involves the animals working together to try and find a new Santa Claus!
The hugely popular animated superheroes travel to Hollywood in search of stardom in Teen Titans Go! to the Movies; a lighter, comedic MCU sequel sees Scott Lang team up with Hope Van Dyne as they combat a new enemy in Ant-Man and the Wasp; a record store owner and his daughter start a band during the summer before she's set to leave for college in Hearts Beat Loud; and after an ex-Mafia member's teenage son disappears in a small rural village, his girlfriend attempts to track him down in Sicilian Ghost Story.
Feature-length adventure for the hugely popular animated superheroes that sees the Titans head off on a trip to Hollywood in search of stardom.
Age group5–14 years
Adapted from the classic 1962 novel by Madeleine L'Engel, A Wrinkle in Time is a family sci-fi adventure in which mixed-race 13 year-old Meg and her adopted younger brother Charles Wallace are sent across the universe by three remarkable women. Together they travel through time and space to try and find their scientist father, who disappeared in mysterious circumstances four years prior, and bring him home.
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Thirteen-year-old Meg must travel throughout the universe to find her father who has been missing for four years.
Age group7–14 years
A young boy teams up with a mermaid to ensure the survival of both of their communities in colourful, musical anime Lu Over the Wall; two children attempt to find lost parents in intertwined stories set fifty years apart in Wonderstruck; life changes forever for boxer Matty Burton and his young family after he suffers brain damage in his final fight, in Paddy Considine's passion project Journeyman; a young bee must unite her tribe to compete in a forthcoming sporting competition with their hive on the line in Maya the Bee: The Honey Games.
An anime full of music and energy which sees a young boy team up with a mermaid to ensure the survival of both their communities.
Age group7–14 years
Two intertwined stories set fifty years apart see a mute girl and a deaf boy both embarking on journeys to find lost parents.
Age group11+ years
After suffering permanent brain damage in his final fight, life changes forever for boxer Matty Burton and his young family.
Age group16+ years
Our reporter Annabella interviews 'Mission Impossible: Fallout' actor Henry Cavill to learn about the challenges of filming such jaw-dropping action scenes.
Viewing time 3 mins
Our three Ones to Watch for 2018 tell us about their experience of having a BFI mentor assigned to help progress their journeys into the film industry.
Reading time 8 mins
Made by a group from the West Midlands, two competing mimes end up brawling during an audition in this funny, cleverly choreographed homage to silent cinema.
Viewing time 7 mins
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