by Kerry Mcqueeney.
They might be a little young to absorb the complexities of narrative, but children can learn about the impact of good film making simply by watching this list of classic movies.
In an age where many films are routinely shown in 3D and laden with CGI special effects, an education charity is calling for youngsters to revisit classic films to get a better understanding of movie history.
The organisation Film Club is calling for parents and grandparents introduce the younger generation to films a bygone era, it has been reported.
It has drawn up a list of 20 classic movies which, it believes, should be watched so that children can gain a better understanding of cinema, according to The Telegraph.
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