Assassin's Creed (2016) Rating: 12A 14+
- 115 mins
Action-packed fantasy adventure based on a well-known video game series.
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Moderate violence, infrequent strong language.
Contains moderate violence and mild sex references.
Contains very strong language, strong sex references and scenes of bloody violence. This film also contains references to suicide and occasional portrayals of hard and soft drug use.
moderate violence, threat, infrequent strong language
Ingenious satirical action film where a soldier is forced to live the same day over and over to try and fight off the threat from an alien invasion.
Contains strong language and references to violence
Unsparing drama about two journalists covering the South African Truth and Reconciliation Commission, an attempt to heal a divided country.
Profile: Reporter Laura was on the red carpet for the European premiere of Suffragette, which also happened to be the opening night gala of the BFI London Film Festival. She caught up with the film's director Sarah Gavron, and screenwriter Abi...
Video: FILMCLUB members discover how visual effects transform what we see on screen with Michael Elson
Profile: Michael Elson is a top visual effects producer who has worked on dozens of great films, with some of our favourite directors including Tim...
Video - FILMCLUB members discover the joys of being a film composer.
Profile - Conductor and orchestrator Alastair King has performed concert performances and broadcasts around the world, as well as supplying music for BBC’s Happy Birthday...
Videos: Watch Michael Sheen chat to FILMCLUB members in Wales.
Profile: Michael Sheen is a very good friend of FILMCLUB and our Welsh Ambassador. He attended the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art in London, where he carved out a very successful stage career....
13th January, 2017
With the BAFTA nominations anounced this week, big nominees La La Land and Manchester by the Sea hit the big screen, alongside Ben Affleck's prohobition crime drama Live by Night.
11th January, 2017
A series of films from around the world that draw on and celebrate some of our richest, most traditional forms of storytelling.
6th January, 2017
The first new cinema releases of 2017 are headed up by fantasy drama A Monster Calls, along with Martin Scorcese drama Silence, video game adaptation Assassin's Creed, and children's sci-fi Monster Trucks.
3rd May, 2016
New on DVD this week is In the Heart of the Sea, the action adventure based on the true story that inpired Herman Melville's classic Moby Dick.
29th February, 2016
This week sees Suffragette arrive on DVD, alongside Oscar-nominated drama Brooklyn, and inspiring documentary He Named Me Malala.
With new arrivals in every area of the UK, running a film club can be used as a fantastic way of aiding integration and providing a fun, safe and inclusive learning environment. This resource highlights the discoveries we made from our inclusion project...