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Into Film Clubs provide opportunities to watch, review and make films.
Modern family relationships are examined with delicious honesty in this smart and sassy comedy-drama. Full of warmth, laughs and pathos, the Oscar-nominated gem unfolds in Los Angeles, where lesbian couple Nic and Jules enjoy a loving life with their teenage children, Joni and Laser. However, the quartet's apparent middle-class perfection is turned on its head, after the inquisitive youngsters decide to contact the anonymous sperm donor who fathered them. A free-spirited restaurant owner, Paul is as impressed by his long-lost offspring as they are by him, causing Nic and Jules to go into emotional meltdown at his increasing presence in their world. Suddenly, secrets, lies and jealousy are threatening everything they hold dear.
A film guide that looks at Any Day Now (2012), exploring its key topics and themes through informal discussion.
Romantic drama about the problems facing 16-year-old Mona and Tamsin, who fall in love during a summer in Yorkshire.
16+ years 82 mins
Brilliantly observed and cruelly amusing drama about the children of a couple going through a bitter divorce in 1970s New York
16+ years 77 mins
Successful writer Margot returns to her family home in the rural US for her sister's wedding in this clever drama about the tensions of family life.
14+ years 89 mins
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The British Council in partnership with BFI Flare have curated five free LGBTQ+ short films from emerging filmmakers to watch online from 18 to 29 March.
Reading time 5 mins
LGBTQ+ cinema is an important, necessary tool for young people to see themselves...
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