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Leading this week's DVD releases is Aardman's latest animation Early Man, set at the dawn of time. Dug and his Stone Age tribe are living contently until the Bronze Age city, led by the villainous Lord Nooth, force them from their home. Dug refuses to back down, however, challenging Lord Nooth and the Bronze Age people to a winner-takes-all game of football. The only problem is Dug and his tribe have never played the sport before, and don't even know how it works!
Aardman animation adventure set in prehistoric times as a caveman named Dug must save his home from being destroyed by another tribe.
Age group7–11 years
A film guide that looks at Early Man (2018), exploring its key topics and themes through informal discussion.
We look at Aardman's latest stop-motion comedy 'Early Man' which sees a winner-takes-all football match between Stone and Bronze Age civilizations.
Reading time 6 mins
The final part of the dystopian young adult trilogy reaches its conclusion in Maze Runner: The Death Cure, as Thomas, Newt and Frypan head for the WCKD headquarters to attempt a rescue of their friend Minho; Alexander Payne's eco-comedy Downsizing sees a married couple agree to undergo a radical new procedure to shrink themselves down to a height of five inches to help save the planet and live a better life.
Having escaped the sinister WCKD, Thomas and friends attempt to break into the Last City and rescue Minho in the conclusion to the young-adult saga.
Age group11–16 years
There are no new titles on the Into Film catalogue this week, but you can see last week's additions below.
Based on true events, the owner of the Washington Post must decide whether or not to publish sensitive documents in this timely tale from Steven Spielberg.
Reading time 6 mins
Hear from participants in the BFI's Future Skills programme, which has led under-represented young people to professional jobs in the film industry.
Viewing time 3 mins
Joining Into Film's Youth Advisory council is the perfect way for young film lovers to have their say, improve their team work and meet like-minded people.
Reading time 5 mins
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