Into Film Clubs
Into Film Clubs provide opportunities to watch, review and make films.
Action and Adventure
If the words ''Viking film'' make you think of a silly adventure movie with lots of characters in huge helmets roaring and pulling faces at each other, then Valhalla Rising could come as a bit of a shock. It was directed by Danish director Nicolas Winding Refn, who made his name with brutal urban thrillers - and there's not much dialogue here, with the focus instead on amazing scenes and images that make the middle ages look weird and terrifying at the same time. The central character is One Eye, who escapes from slavery - trailed by a young boy - and ends up on a Viking ship heading for the Holy Land, which might just be going in precisely the wrong direction. It's muddy and brutal and bleak, but will also weirdly beautiful and impossible to forget.
A rich, intriguing, surprisingly funny film about Australia's Aboriginal population and about storytelling itself.
14+ years 87 mins
Haunting film that provides a very alternative take on the traditional Pocahontas story.
14+ years 150 mins
Oscar-nominated hand-drawn animation about a boy living in medieval Ireland who is recruited to complete a series of perilous, magical tasks.
7–14 years 75 mins
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