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Topics are designed to make you look at films in new ways and draw connections between them. They are groups of films brought together according to calendar dates, filmmaking styles, or thought-provoking subjects.

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Great films - by age

A scene from the Bart Layton film The Imposter Wallace and Gromit made the leap to the big screen and Harry Potter cast a spell on the box office. <p>.</p>

These are simply great films that we think as many children and young people as possible should watch - divided into age groups.

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There are thousands of films on the Into Film Clubs catalogue! To discover these great films, you can use the search box above or you can browse all of our movies by age, decade, language and more.

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Review of the week

Doctor Strange

Mia, 12

5 out of 5
Lyndon School Humanities College
Review Date
July 2017

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