Test your knowledge of Spike Jonze's adaptation of Maurice Sendak's 1963 popular picture book Where the Wild Things Are.
After watching the documentary Blackfish, take a deeper look at the layers of the film and the way the filmmaker has portrayed SeaWorld and its treatment of killer whales in this short quiz.
Join Percy Jackson on a quest to discover not only the Golden Fleece of Greek mythology, but also the value of courage and friendship. Then confront the challenge that is our quiz.
Anne Hathaway stars as a fresh-faced San Francisco schoolgirl who discovers she is a princess alongside Julie Andrews in this adaptation of Meg Cabot's book series of the same name, directed by the award-winning Gary Marshall.
Modern racial tensions in a South Australian coastal town are put under the microscope in Paul Goldman's 2002 film Australian Rules, based on Phillip Gwynne's semi-autobiographical novels Deadly, Unna? and Nukkin Ya.
Test yourself on the events leading up to the most turbulent year of Josephine Alibrandi's life as discovers a family secret and sits her final high school exams.
In a world divided between lavishly rich and impoverished working classes, 12 districts are required to compete in a brutal, televised event devised by the Capitol, until one fearless young tribute volunteers. Test your knowledge of the first instalment of the series and the heroic origins of Katniss Everdeen with our Hunger Games quiz.
Transition is an important phase in life. Find out how Billy Elliot combats this transition by watching the film and take this curated quiz to test yourself.
Quiz your students on Tim Burton's Edward Scissorhands, as they explore the film's themes of identity, conformity, self-discovery and belonging.
Romeo and Juliet is a tragedy written by William Shakespeare early in his career about two young star-crossed lovers whose deaths ultimately reconcile their feuding families. Check out how much you know about the classic play.