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Directed by Taika Waititi, the filmmaker behind Hunt for the Wilderpeople, Jojo Rabbit re-imagines the end of World War Two in Nazi Germany. This is the comedic story of a ten year old boy whose imaginary friend happens to be none other than Adolf Hitler, but when he forms a friendship with a Jewish girl he starts to rethink everything he has been told. French drama Amanda, on the other hand, is a serious drama exploring alternative family units and parenting when a young man is faced with taking responsibility for his niece after his older sister is killed in a terrorist attack.
Comedy about a young boy in the Hitler Youth who questions his beliefs after developing a friendship with a Jewish girl he finds hidden in his house.
Age group14+ years
Greta Gerwig follows up her debut film (Lady Bird) with a much-anticipated adaptation of Little Women, a novel about the coming of age of three sisters in the aftermath of the American Civil War. Elsewhere, the final instalment in the nine-part space opera finally arrives in the form of Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker.
For younger audiences and families, there's an adaptation of the popular cultural phenomenon Cats - a fantastical, somewhat barmy, take on Andrew Lloyd Webber's West End show of all-singing, all-dancing felines. There's also an animated comedy Spies in Disguise, which sees a flashy private detective unexpectedly turned into a pigeon by a young scientist with his latest spy gadget!
Adapted from the much-loved novel, four sisters grow up together in the aftermath of the American Civil War.
Age group11+ years
Screen adaptation of the popular musical set in London about a group of street cats called the Jellicles.
Age group7–14 years
Film is one of the most accessible forms of storytelling and also allows us to explore and experience how stories, characters and worlds are created. For National Storytelling Week, taking place next month across the UK, these are some of the key titles we recommend for children and young people of all ages:
Two imaginative pranksters hypnotise their strict headmaster into thinking he is Captain Underpants, the hero of a comic strip they write.
Age group5–11 years
Collection of Lotte Reiniger's stunning depictions of popular fairy tales using her unique silhouette animation style.
Age groupAll ages
Author J.R.R. Tolkien finds inspiration for his ‘Lord of the Rings’ novel by experiencing the horrors of World War One alongside his young...
Age group11–16 years
A skeptical professor investigates three unsolved cases involving the paranormal in this playful British horror.
Age group14+ years
Check out some our favourite moments from Scotland during the 2019 Into Film Festival - which included everything from climate activists to historic castles.
Reading time 5 mins
We take a look at three versions of the classic story A Christmas Carol and help you decide which one is best for your students.
Reading time 3 mins
A series of films from around the world that draw on and celebrate some of our richest, most traditional forms of storytelling.
No. of films18
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