The BFI list

1st July 2005 at 01:00
The BFI list The top 10 list of films every child should see by age14:

Billy Elliot directed by Stephen Daldry, made in UK, released 2000

ET Steven Spielberg, USA, 1982

The General Buster Keaton, USA, 1926

Hue and Cry Charles Crichton, UK, 1946

Kes Ken Loach, UK, 1969

Kirikou et la Sorci re Michel Ocelot, FranceBelgiumLuxembourg, 1998

My Life as a Dog Lasse Halstrom, Sweden, 1985

The Princess Bride Rob Reiner, USA, 1987

Spirited Away Hayao Miyazaki, Japan, 2001

Where is my Friend's House? Abbas Kiarostami, Iran, 1989

Cary Bazalgette, BFI head of education, said: "These lists are not set in stone. They are supposed to annoy and provoke people."

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