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Leading this week's new cinema releases is the much-anticipated Star Wars: The Last Jedi from director Rian Johnson (Looper), continuing events from Star Wars: The Force Awakens, in which Rey, Finn, Poe and Leia join forces with Luke to unlock secrets of the past surrounding the Force.
A friendly bull refuses to fight and reminds us not to judge a book by its cover in family animation Ferdinand; and documentary The Prince of Nothingwood follows Afghanistan's most prolific filmmaker, the irrepressible Salim Shaheen.
A giant friendly Spanish bull who prefers flowers to fighting is mistaken for an angry beast in this animated comedy adventure.
Age group5–11 years
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Leading this week's DVD releases is An Inconvenient Sequel: Truth to Power, the follow-up to 2006 environmental documentary An Inconvenient Truth, which sees Al Gore return to passionately canvass for climate change awareness, activism and action in this inspiring biography.
Hailee Steinfeld and Rebel Wilson from Pitch Perfect 3 share the hard work and determination it takes to make an acting career a reality.
Viewing time 3 mins
Teacher and club leader Jenny Torrance talks about how running an Into Film Club can aide freindship-building among young people.
Reading time 5 mins
Will Gardner, CEO of Childnet and a director of the UK Safer Internet Centre, explains the importance of Safer Internet Day and how to use film to get involved.
Viewing time 4 mins
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