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Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children has been voted for by you and readers of First News as your Family Film of the Year at the 2017 Into Film Awards.
At Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children, young people with special and bizarre powers shelter from the prying eyes of the world. Looked after by Miss Peregrine, the children live in a bubble where no matter what happens, they can always turn the clock back 24 hours and return to safety. When newcomer Jacob arrives at the home after finding out that his grandfather was sent there as a child, he is welcomed by the residents who wait expectantly for him to reveal a power that he doesn't yet know he possesses. As he discovers the range of extraordinary abilities of the other children, he also comes to realise that there are forces out there that wish to do the orphanage harm...
Popular for its incredible special effects, innovative characters and Tim Burton's signature gothic stylings, Miss Peregrine's won the vote, beating Eddie Redmayne's adventures in Harry Potter spin-off Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them into second place.
Our annual Into Film Awards celebrates exceptional young filmmakers, reviewers, and film clubs, and the teachers using film in the classroom.
Congratulations to Dorothy, from Barnstaple! You can read her winning review of Ken Loach's provocative drama I, Daniel Blake here.
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Congratulations to Ysgol Cefn Coch, Penrhyndeudraeth, Wales, whose funny and thrilling ghost-busting exploits saw them to success at this year's Awards.
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