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Marvel's latest feature film sees prince T'Challa return home to the fictional African country of Wakanda to inherit the kingdom after the death of his father. When two enemies conspire to bring the kingdom down, T'Challa assumes his Black Panther alter-ego and teams up with allies to prevent a full-scale war.
Two films with good chances of winning awards at the Oscars® arrive in cinemas this week. Lady Bird is the solo directorial debut of Greta Gerwig and is a semi-autobiographical coming-of-age tale, set in Sacramento, California in the early 2000s, which follows Christine "Lady Bird" McPherson's formative senior year in high school. Guillermo del Toro's The Shape of Water is a romance-thriller-fantasy hybrid, set at the height of the Cold War in Baltimore, in which a mute janitor at a top-secret government research facility becomes fascinated by a mysterious amphibious creature and seeks to set him free.
Coming of age film focusing on the prickly relationship between a 17-year-old girl and her mother in Sacramento, California.
Age group16+ years
The third film in the LEGO® franchise sees an old master recruit six ordinary teenagers to become ninjas in order to protect the city at night against fearsome monsters, led by the evil Lord Garmadon, in this funny and frenzied animation.
The world's first fully oil painted feature film arrives in the form of Loving Vincent, a detective story set around the final days of famous Dutch artist Vincent van Gogh. A Caribbean Dream is a Barbados-set re-telling of William Shakespeare's A Midsummer Night's Dream, exploring themes of love, magic, fantasy, multi-cultural relationships and Caribbean folklore. My Little Pony: The Movie is a musical adaptation of the popular television cartoon in which Princess Twilight Sparkle and friends embark on an adventure to save their home.
Fascinating animated drama about the impressionist artist Vincent van Gogh’s last few days.
Age group14+ years
Barbados-set modern re-telling of Shakespeare’s 'A Midsummer Night’s Dream'.
Age group11+ years
We spoke to Rhys Roberts, leader of our Into Film Club of the Month February 2018, who explains why getting children in to cinemas is such a rich experience.
Reading time 5 mins
Following on from the BFI Thriller season, we recommend ten great little-seen thrillers to order, watch and enjoy in your Into Film Club.
Reading time 6 mins
A selection of films which explore teenage life, specifically the transition from adolescence into adulthood.
Suitable forAll ages
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