Family films at BFI
Family favourites on the big screen
Take your teenagers to the BFI during half-term to catch cinema classics as part of the BFI's epic 100 Greatest Films of All Time series. If the kids fancy themselves as a future filmmaker you can also enroll them in the a four-day workshop exploring the murder mystery genre or take them along to mix and mingle with other filmmaking teens at this year's BFI Future Film Festival.
Mon 13 Feb, The Parent Trap 25th Anniversary The BFI screens Nancy's Meyers fun 1998 remake of The Parent Trap starring a young Lindsey Lohan.
13–16 Feb, Whodunnit? Murder Mystery filmmaking workshop This four day filmmaking workshop is aimed at 8 to 11 year olds. Children will get hands-on experience working in a team to make a short film from concept to completion, developing their creative and communication skills, and boosting their confidence. The course costs £99 per child and booking is essential. Find out more here.
16–19 Feb, Future Film Festival The UK's largest festival for young, emerging filmmakers, there are four jam-packed days of screenings, workshops and masterclasses aimed at young filmmakers aged 16-25.
> Find out more about what's on at the BFI here.