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New in cinemas this week is a terrifying new adaptation of Stephen King's novel It. With a story that flits between two time periods, this is the first part in a planned 'duology' - one film with the characters as children, and one with them as grown ups. In this first instalment, a group of outcast youngsters known as the 'Losers Club' discover that an unimaginable evil has been preying on their town - an evil that likes to show itself in the form of a clown...
An FBI agent teams up with a Wyoming town’s veteran game tracker to investigate the murder of an 18-year-old girl on a Native American reservation.
Age group16+ years
Having emerged from relative obscurity to surprise audiences the first time around, the Guardians of the Galaxy return here for a well-deserved sequel. Now an established team of heroes, the gang's adventures get side-tracked when their leader Peter Quill (aka Star Lord) runs into his long-lost father - who may not be all that he seems. With every character from the original returning, and with a few colourful new additions, this is bright, funny space-faring adventure at its best, with a cracking soundtrack to boot!
The ragtag gang of Guardians find themselves torn when someone from Peter’s past surfaces with an offer that may be too good to be true.
Age group11–16 years
1980s TV detective Mindhorn is thrust back into the limelight when asked to work on a real-life murder investigation.
Age group14–16 years
Set during the Armenian Genocide, a love triangle develops amidst the outbreak of World War One.
Age group11–14 years
Documentary examining the life, career, and death of iconic singer Whitney Houston.
Age group14+ years
Our exciting sixth Festival strand will complement the BFI's new Thriller season, and includes films curated by young people! Find out more here...
Reading time 4 mins
We look ahead to some of the biggest and best cinema releases coming up during the Autumn term, ranging from Paddington 2 to Blade Runner 2049.
Reading time 7 mins
This resource covers a range of book adaptations on film.
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