Multi-strand programme kicks off in September with re-launch of Family Film Club.

Supported by Film London through National Lottery Funding on behalf of the BFI, and the City Bridge Trust, the Barbican has announced a new multi-strand film and learning offer for young people entitled Framed.

Framed starts in September with the re-launch of the Family Film Club - now called Framed Film Club - which will screen the latest films from all over the world every Saturday morning for children up to the age of 11, including three shorts programmes a year. Le Petit Nicholas [pictured] and Ice Age: Continental Drift are among the films showing as part of Framed Film Club.

The Framed Film Festival will launch in November as a brand new showcase which will extend to teenagers as well as under 11’s, giving them a chance to get involved with new international films and learning experiences. The festival runs Nov 17-25 at the Barbican and venues across London.

Throughout the year, Framed will also offer long-term learning opportunities including Young Filmmakers and Young Programmers projects.