- St Michael's CofE Voluntary Aided Primary School
- Review Date
- March 2015
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FILMCLUB is amazing; it's one of the best initiatives we've had in this country for years and I can't imagine why we haven't thought about it before."
Emma Thompson, actor
I grew up in a very small village in north east Italy, with only 1,000 people... As a child I would always go to the cinema on a weekend morning - it was the most important event of the week."
Fabio Capello, football manager
It's great that FILMCLUB is giving kids the chance to watch older and foreign films that they might not get to see anywhere else - you never know which film is going to have a big impact on you."
Lauren Laverne, broadcaster
Video: Reporter Harry talks "eyebrow acting" and Stephen Hawking with actors Eddie Redmayne and Felicity Jones, and director James Marsh on The Theory of Everything
Profile: A look at the relationship between Professor Stephen Hawking and his wife Jane through the years, new biopic The Theory of Everything is already generating Oscar buzz.
Boasting powerful central performances from young British actors Eddie Redmayne and Felicity Jones, we sent one of our young reporters, Harry, to find out more about The Theory of Everything. Interviewing Eddie, Felicity and director James Marsh, watch Harry find out about the making of this new drama, and all about something he calls "eyebrow acting".