Although Leeds Young Film Festival 2020 has been postponed due to Coronavirus, we want to make sure that you still have the opportunity to watch and discover new films, along with some family favourites.
To help you navigate the world of online streaming we will be suggesting ten films you can watch as a family each Friday, along with where to find them. Some of the films require either a Netflix, Amazon Prime or Disney+ account but we know most households have at least one of these (and all are offering a free trial before you have to subscribe). We will also ensure that we include some free-to-watch films as well which only requires you to have a TV Licence.
Here are the selections for w/c Friday. You can check out more info and watch trailers for this week's film picks over on Leeds Young Film.
Toy Story (Disney+)
Dir. John Lasseter, 1995, USA, 81 mins, Cert PG
Shrek (ITV2, Sun 28 Jun, 5:00pm)
Dirs. Andrew Adamson & Vicky Jenson, 2001, USA, 90 mins, Cert U
13 Going on 30 (ITVBe, Sat 27 Jun, 8:00pm)
Dir. Gary Winick, 2004, USA, 98 mins, Cert 12
Wallace and Gromit: The Curse of the Were-Rabbit (Netflix)
Dir. Steve Box & Nick Park, 2005, UK / USA, 85 mins, Cert U
Big Eyes (Film4, Sun 28 Jun, 5:05pm)
Dir. Tim Burton, 2014, USA / Canada, 106 mins, Cert 12A
Goosebumps (5Star, Sat 27 Jun, 10:00am)
Dir. Rob Letterman, 2015, USA, 103 mins, Cert PG
Hotel Transylvania 2 (Netflix / ITV2, Sat 27 Jun, 5:05pm)
Dir. Genndy Tartakovsky, 2015, USA, 89 mins, Cert PG
Zoo (Amazon Prime)
Dir. Colin McIvor, 2017, UK / Ireland, 97 mins, Cert PG
A Wrinkle in Time (Disney+)
Dir. Ava DuVernay, 2018, USA, 109 mins, Cert PG
A Shaun the Sheep Movie: Farmageddon (Amazon Prime)
Dirs. Will Becher & Richard Phelan, 2019, UK / France / Belgium / USA, 86 mins, Cert U