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Fighter pilot Carol Danvers is involved in an accident which fuses her DNA with that of a powerful alien species, resulting in her becoming Captain Marvel, a mighty hero. After crashing back down to Earth with little idea of where she came from, she must piece her memories together and protect the planet from getting caught in the middle of a galactic war. With the help of a familiar face in Special Agent Nick Fury, Captain Marvel is an all-new adventure, set in the 1990s, and the first MCU film with a female lead.
British school documentary H is for Harry chronicles two years in the life of a working-class eleven-year-old struggling to adapt to secondary education and overcome his illiteracy, highlighting the sustained efforts of his dedicated teachers. Realist drama Ray & Liz is the directorial debut of renowned photographer Richard Billingham, a memoir of his poverty-stricken childhood in the West Midlands and a stark, uncompromising portrait of a family on the brink.
Documenting two years in the life of Harry, a charismatic, working class eleven-year-old struggling to adjust to secondary education.
Age group11–14 years
Fresh off a triumphant Oscar® victory for Best Actor, Rami Malek takes centre stage in this musical biopic of Queen front-man Freddy Mercury. Known for his on-stage bravado and energising charisma, Bohemian Rhapsody brings Freddy's story to life, from the early days of Queen in West London to his tragic AIDS diagnosis through to the band's galvanising, history-making Wembley performance.
We believe that film can be used as an aid for furthering engagement and understanding in all areas, but lends itself particularly well to literacy.
Resources for our Raising Literacy Attainment Through Film - Level One: Nightshift training session.
A collection of films taking in the challenging issue of transition for children and young people.
No. of films21
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