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Comedy, Coming of Age, Documentary, Drama, Short Films
Danish / English / German / Swedish (English subtitles)
Coming of age is revisited in these five films, which depict visceral and compelling accounts of people taking control, from a girl lost in fantasy, to a young woman exploring her cultural identity, through to an eating disorder group trying to get through a single meal. This collection of films heralds the skill and power of story-telling coming from female directors from across Europe and was selected by a group of 18-25 year olds as part of the Future Producers scheme run by the Watershed cross-art venue in Bristol. Films included in this programme are: The Beast, Damn Girl, Arcade, Eating Lunch and Crocodiles Without Saddles.
This programme has not been certified by the BBFC. Into Film suggest it is engaging for ages 16-19. Please note some of these films contain bad language and sexual references. In particular Damn Girl contains strong language throughout, two scenes of alcohol consumption and one scene of drug use.
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An exciting programme of new short films from around the world suitable for ages 14+, put together by Into Film young programmers.
11+ years 61 mins
Ten new British short films suitable for Secondary ages.
11+ years 76 mins
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14+ years 84 mins
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Film Programming Manager Kirsten attended this year's Encounters Short and Animation Film Festival, to seek out the festival's best short films and animations.
Reading time 3 mins
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In celebration of International Women's Day a list of great films for Primary and Secondary ages directed by women
Suitable forAll ages
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