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Leading this week's new releases is Winston Churchill biopic Darkest Hour, with Gary Oldman receiving many plaudits for his performance as the former British Prime Minister. Joe Wright's film focuses on the early days of World War Two in which the nation was divided and Churchill fought to raise the country's spirits.
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Kathryn Bigelow offers an intense reconstruction of the 1967 Detroit race riots and the events at the Algiers Motel, with British actors including Will Poulter and John Boyega delivering fantastic performances.
Robert Pattinson is magnetic in the lead role of the Safdie brothers' New York heist thriller Good Time, while Icelandic coming-of-age drama Heartstone sees the teenage friendship between two boys becoming blurred.
Heist thriller set across one night in which a man attempts to free his younger brother from a New York hospital.
Age group16+ years
Teacher Kathy Mather shares how she uses film to educate her pupils about the impact of the Holocaust and the lives of the survivors.
Reading time 5 mins
There are so many films to look forward to in 2018! We have picked out 20 of the most exciting - 10 for Primary, 10 for Secondary.
Reading time 8 mins
Our Spring Screenings return in March 2018, with the theme of celebrating Women in Animation, be it traditional or VFX.
Reading time 2 mins
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