Introduce the children in your life to the wonder of silent cinema with this recent Oscar-winning film.

It’s 1927, and George Valentin is a silent movie megastar whose fame is threatened by the advent of the ‘talkies’. Dismissing this technological advance as a fad, he stubbornly ploughs on with a big budget silent epic. With reverential nods to celebrated Hollywood insider stories such as Singin’ in the Rain and Sunset Boulevard, The Artist is a pure delight.