The Peanut Butter Falcon - Brighton

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The Peanut Butter Falcon
Screening & Q&A
The Peanut Butter Falcon

Event Date

Thu 12 Mar 2020

Event Time

09:45 - 12:15


40 Duke St,


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Curriculum Subject/s

  • Health
  • Personal
  • PSHE Education
  • Psychology
  • Social
  • Special Educational Needs


  • Wheelchair friendly
    Wheelchair Access
  • Autism friendly
    Autism Friendly
  • Subtitles
    Subtitled (HOH)

WHAT: Into Film is proud to present a free educational screening of The Peanut Butter Falcon as part of the Spring Screenings: Changing Times programme. At a time of remarkable change around attitudes towards the environment, technology, politics, and identity, particularly for young people, this film will open up discussion around some of these themes, utilising the remarkable power of cinema to deepen learning as well as provoke conversation and debate. The screening will be preceded by a short compilation of archive film on the theme, special schools' edit provided by Yorkshire Film Archive.

This screening will be accompanied with a Question and Answer session with members of the Oska Bright Festival team. The Oska Bright Festival (run by award-winning charity Carousel) is the world's largest learning disability film festival. Members of the Young Oska Bright team will lead a conversation about the themes of the film, and discuss with the audience how to get involved in their work after the screening.

This is an autism friendly screening and some tickets may be set aside for young people with Special Educational Needs. As there is unreserved seating and the screen will not be booked to full capacity, guests can sit where they like and are also permitted to change seats at any time during the film to wherever they feel most comfortable. The sound level will be reduced and monitored throughout so that it is kept at an appropriate level. The house lights will be on but dimmed. There will be a short film before the feature which has passed the Harding Test. If subtitles for the film are available they will be played.

This event will feature HOH subtitles. We look forward to welcoming all students and their educators identifying as hearing, hard of hearing or D/deaf.

WHEN: Thursday 12 March, 9.45am - 12.15pm (the event will start promptly at 10.00am)

WHERE: Fabrica, 40 Duke St, Brighton BN1 1AG. Please note there is no parking, drop off only. Ramp entrance available. This is a pop-up film gallery venue in a former church.


Certificate: 12A - BBFC. Into Film recommends this film is engaging for ages 11+.


*Educators must ensure they book tickets for themselves as well as students. On the order form, please indicate how many young people and how many adults will attend out of the total amount of tickets you have booked*


We look forward to seeing you at the screening!

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Film title

The Peanut Butter Falcon


Zak, a 22 year old man with Down syndrome, lives in a care home in North Carolina where he is watched over closely by care worker Eleanor due to his numerous escape attempts. Desperate to pursue his dream of becoming a professional wrestler and have some freedom of his own, Zak successfully breaks out of the care home and is reluctantly taken under the wing of Tyler, a backwoods crab-fisherman who is grieving the death of his brother. Pursued by the worried Eleanor, the two new companions set out to find a famous wrestling school and, through their interactions, begin to change each other’s lives for the better. Tender and funny in equal measure, The Peanut Butter Falcon is a story of friendship and independence, buoyed by an incredible debut performance from Zack Gottsagen, who brings his own experience as a disabled actor to the role.

moderate violence, threat, discrimination, infrequent strong language


Tyler Nilson, Mike Schwartz



Country of Production



  • Comedy
  • Drama




97 minutes

Venue name



40 Duke St,