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Based on a true story, Drama, Period and Historical
This film tells the remarkable true story of Seretse Khama, King of Bechuanaland (now modern Botswana), who caused an international outcry in the 1940s by marrying Ruth Williams, a white office worker from London. United by their love, Seretse and Ruth triumphed over every obstacle placed in front of them – from their differing backgrounds and families to the disapproving British and South African governments – to be together. In doing so, they helped transform the poorest country in Africa into one of its most peaceful and prosperous. Highlighting a painful period in British history, the film explores issues around tolerance, cultural diversity and unity with a powerful contemporary relevance, ultimately proving that love can triumph over forces of oppression.
A film guide that looks at A United Kingdom (2016), exploring its key topics and themes through informal discussion.
National Schools Partnership and Into Film with Pathé launch A United Kingdom: The Power of Unity.
Activities to support engagement, debate and reflection alongside a screening from the History in Action strand of the festival.
The story of Steve Biko, killed in police custody in apartheid South Africa, and the friend determined to honour his name.
11+ years 151 mins
Absorbing costume drama about the illegitimate mixed-race daughter of a Royal Navy admiral in the 18th Century, blending period romance and politics.
11+ years 99 mins
The true story of a man who risked his life to save over a thousand refugees who faced death in a tribal civil war in Rwanda in 1994.
11+ years 121 mins
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Inspiring British drama A United Kingdom opened this year's London Film Festival, and we caught up with star David Oyelowo at the opening gala.
Viewing time 5 mins
With its DVD release this week, we look at incredible story behind A United Kingdom, in which one couple's decision to marry has huge political ramifications.
Reading time 7 mins
In our Autumn Preview, we're taking a look at some of the fantastic films that are still to hit cinemas in 2016 - from stellar sci-fi to sublime animation.
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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
The cast and director of inspiring drama A United Kingdom discuss the film's powerful message of unity and why it's important to tell positive stories in Africa
Viewing time 7 mins
To celebrate Pathé's inspiring new film A United Kingdom, we've created a brand new resource that uses the film's inspiring messages to support the curriculum.
Reading time 5 mins
Bookings for this year's Into Film Festival are now live! We've picked out out some highlights for you, but be sure to book quickly - places will fill up fast!
Reading time 3 mins
Our film programming team cherrypick the best films from this year's London Film Festival, highlighting those likely to be engaging young audiences in 2016-17.
Reading time 3 mins
Rosamund Pike and David Oyelowo reveal how they were inspired by their roles in A United Kingdom, a drama based on true events that shaped a nation.
Viewing time 3 mins
A United Kingdom actor Rosamund Pike helped us open this year's Into Film Festival at a Roald Dahl-inspired screening of The BFG in London's Leicester Square.
Viewing time 3 mins
Download our free festival strand resources to help you make the most out of your Into Film Festival visit.
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