Clubs provide opportunities to watch, review and make film. Start yours today.
Riggan Thompson is an ageing movie-star who has never been able to shake off his most famous role from twenty years ago, that of the superhero Birdman. In an attempt to revive his career, Thompson decides to stage his own Broadway production, an audacious adaptation of a Raymond Carver short story. Unfortunately, the looming presence of his alter-ego is never far away, causing Thompson to experience increasingly bizarre hallucinations. This technically dazzling film is shot in a series of extremely long takes. An odd but ambitious production, the film is a riveting back-stage drama, an hilarious tragi-comedy and a fascinating portrait of contemporary New York, social media, cinema itself and much more.
Clubs provide opportunities to watch, review and make films. Start a film club today
Bizarre but brilliant existential tale of a hypochondriac playwright whose art begins to imitate life on a very grand scale indeed.
16+ years 119 mins
Pitch-black satire about an ambitious young actress hoisting herself up the showbusiness ladder.
11+ years 138 mins
Michael Keaton is Batman and Jack Nicholson is The Joker in this movie version that reclaimed Batman's brooding menace after the camp 60s TV show.
14+ years 121 mins
Club Leaders can rate films! Help other club leaders decide if this film is suitable for use in their film club by giving it a rating.
These films deal with issues around copyright and IP protection, focusing on issues around adaptations and remakes.
Reading time 7 mins
We explore the clever ways Spider-Man: Homecoming keeps Peter Parker's story fresh and brings everyone's favourite web-slinger back into the Marvel fold.
Reading time 8 mins
Often regarded as one of the greatest filmmakers of all time, we take a look at the far-reaching influence and legacy of the 'Master of Suspense'.
Reading time 9 mins
We support the collective efforts of the industry and UK government to raise awareness of issues relating to copyright infringement.
Watching and discussing film helps develop emotional understanding, while participating in filmmaking can provide a powerful means of self expression.
A selection of films which explore the highs and lows of celebrity culture on screen across the ages, from reality TV to heartbreaking documentaries and biopics.
No. of films15
A glossary of some of the most frequently used terms in Film Language, with examples and key-codes from classic films to help demonstrate their meaning.
No. of films31
Viewing 0 of 0 related items.
Into Film Clubs has now moved from filmclub.org to intofilm.org/clubs
If you already run a film club, or are a member of one, then continue below and use your filmclub.org username and password to log in to your film club's new home on intofilm.org.
Ask your film club leader for your club’s code then continue below and click on the Join Here button. Then follow the simple steps and become a film club member.
If you're an educator working with young people aged 5-19 and are considering starting your very own FREE Into Film Club, then continue below to discover more about the wide range of free films and fantastic benefits available to you.