Into Film Clubs
Into Film Clubs provide opportunities to watch, review and make films.
Socially awkward Nathan shuts himself away and struggles to connect with people. However, he finds security in the rigid world of mathematics and formulas, helped through the mentoring he receives from an unconventional teacher. Soon after being persuaded to join the British team, Nathan is heading on a daunting trip to Beijing, to take part in the International Mathematics Olympiad. Faced with a series of challenges, the experience will profoundly change Nathan and his view on the world. This is a richly satisfying comedy drama that will be relatable for anybody who has struggled with confidence and fitting in.
Charlie Babbitt gets more than he bargained for when he kidnaps his autistic brother for his inheritance in an entertaining, touching drama.
14+ years 127 mins
The sophisticated storytelling and lavish camera work in this superb family adventure combine to create a loving postcard to the power of film.
7–16 years 126 mins
The true story of mathematical genius John Nash whom battles to overcome his schizophrenia condition and his personal demons.
11–16 years 129 mins
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Made by a group of autistic young people from Wales, this film sees them appealing for greater understanding of the challenges they face every day at school.
Viewing time 10 mins
We suggest Primary and Secondary films you can watch at home for International Friendship Day on July 30, including the streaming services you can find them on.
Reading time 5 mins
We look at how film can help to raise awareness of autism, while Into Film Club member Bethany speaks about her own experience of autism in school life.
Reading time 4 mins
Actors Asa Butterfield and Rafe Spall talk to reporter Chris about how they made mathematics exciting for coming of age drama, X+Y.
Viewing time 4 mins
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