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Coming of Age, Drama
Shot over 12 years, this epic but laidback and poignant film from US indie directing legend Richard Linklater follows a boy from Austin as he grows from childhood to college age, quietly rebelling against rules to find his own path and sense of self. Mason copes with some friction at home as his mother, who is studying for a Masters, moves the family in with a stern disciplinarian with an alcohol problem - a big change from Mason’s relaxed but irresponsibly slack dad. The changes over time in not only the cast but the era around them, its music and other atmospheric memory triggers are wonderfully captured in this acclaimed drama.
A film guide that looks at Moonlight (2016), exploring its key topics and themes through informal discussion.
A film guide that looks at Room (2015), exploring its key topics and themes through informal discussion.
Charming, offbeat romance about a young tourist who persuades a French stranger to get off the train with him in Vienna to wander round for the night.
14+ years 96 mins
The birth of youth culture is explored in this energetic and inventively constructed documentary that presents a fascinating teenage view of the past.
11–16 years 78 mins
Charming and quirky coming of age tale set in 1950s Sweden
11+ years 97 mins
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We look at essential drama Moonlight, which challenges stereotypes of black masculinity and sexuality, and tells a wider story about embracing your true self.
Reading time 6 mins
Our reporters were on hand to get some great advice from Patricia Arquette, J.K Simmons and more on the BAFTA red carpet.
Viewing time 4 mins
Into Film's CPD and Resources coordinator Samantha Clarkson discusses how film and filmmaking can support and inspire Expressive Arts students.
Reading time 6 mins
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