BRADFORD Family Film Festival starts tomorrow with a selection of children’s movies being shown around the city.

The festival kicks-off at the National Science and Media Museum’s Picturehouse Cinema tomorrow with a screening of Born to be Wild in IMAX 3D, a Morgan Freeman-narrated documentary that travels to Borneo and Africa to meet some of the world’s most incredible animals, from 11am.

On Wednesday, Roald Dahl’s The BFG, starring Oscar-winning actor Mark Rylance as the big friendly giant, will be shown on the Big Screen in City Park from 11am.

There will be some seating available in City Park, and will be available on a first come-first served basis.

The festival has been organised by Bradford City of Film, and will be taking place throughout August.