Into Film Clubs
Into Film Clubs provide opportunities to watch, review and make films.
When railway engineer Duff Anderson meets Josie, a young schoolteacher whose father is a preacher, he yearns for a simple, family life. This is not easy though, for a black man in the 1960s American Deep South, with mounting racial tensions, and the Civil Rights Movement beginning to take shape. Duff's attempt to encourage solidarity amongst his black co-workers sends him on a grim journey of injustice, abuse and despair. This bleak but gripping drama shows the devastating and dehumanising effects of discrimination, and illustrates why radical action was required to change people's attitudes and try to achieve real equality. A landmark US indie film, with a superb Motown soundtrack.
In the US south in the 60s, just after the passing of the Civil Rights Act, a black police officer is arrested for a prominent white citizen's murder.
11+ years 102 mins
An adaptation of an award-winning play, this moving film follows the fortunes of a struggling African-American family in 1960s Chicago.
11+ years 122 mins
Feel-good cinema with a political edge.
14+ years 108 mins
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Film can be an excellent way to educate young people on the historic and modern fights for Black equality, and to highlight and challenge racial...
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