Into Film Clubs
Into Film Clubs provide opportunities to watch, review and make films.
A thought-provoking documentary that explores the fatal police shooting of Mark Duggan and its impact on the community through the eyes of two of Mark’s close friends, Marcus Knox Hooke and Kurtis Henville. At the head of a group peacefully protesting against the shooting, Marcus and Kurtis both became embroiled in the unrest that sparked the London riots of 2011 and later faced conviction for their actions that day. Over the period of three years we follow their responses both to their convictions and when they rejoin the community, which still bears the scars of its uneasy relationship with the police.
Fun and thought provoking activities to support a visit to the Into Film Festival to view a film from the Game Changers strand.
Based on real events, this film charts a day in the life of a Black man named Oscar Grant on NYE 2008 and how he was unlawfully killed by the police.
14+ years 82 mins
Sequel to Kidulthood, in which Sam Peel returns to his old neighbourhood. Despite attempts to make a fresh start, the past refuses to stay buried.
16+ years 95 mins
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After a bumper year of cinema, our Film Programming Assistant Michael runs you through the highlights, before revealing the whole team's Top 5 of 2016.
Reading time 10 mins
Bringing the words of noted writer James Baldwin to life, we explore how documentary I Am Not Your Negro dissects the history of racial inequality in America.
Reading time 7 mins
We pick some film club favourites from this year's BAFTA nominated films, many of which we explored with great articles and interviews over the past year.
Reading time 5 mins
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 bullying.
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