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Catch a children's movie for things to do in London
Published: Wednesday 20th of October 2010
What better way to entertain the young ones than an enjoyable movie? And next time in London, you can just do that!
The London Children's Film Festival poses the perfect opportunity for a family day out in the capital.
In addition to movies such as the Back to the Future series, Magic Silver and The Indian, children will get an opportunity to try their hand at film-making themselves.
The event is packed with fun-filled activities especially geared towards entertaining and educating children.
Aspiring film-makers will also have the opportunity to planning, shooting and editing their own film under the supervision of experts from the Young Film Academy.
Those in search of the limelight could participate as an extra or take on a more central role in a spoof film shoot that is set to take place at the venue.
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