Into Film Clubs
Into Film Clubs provide opportunities to watch, review and make films.
Drama, Science Fiction and Fantasy
Conor O’Malley lives with his mum in a house by the cemetery, where they are watched over by an ancient yew tree. Conor has been suffering recurrent nightmares, tied up with his fear of losing his mother who is suffering from cancer, and as a result Conor is tired, angry and withdrawn. Bullied at school and trying to be strong for his mum at home, Conor is worn out from trying to keep it together, and afraid of what the passing of time will bring. When one night the yew tree from the cemetery speaks to him, he isn’t sure whether his mind is playing tricks, or if he has finally found someone he can talk to without having to put up a brave front.
A film guide that looks at A Monster Calls (2016), exploring its key topics and themes through informal discussion.
A live-action remake of the 1977 children’s classic which sees a boy living in a North American forest with his only friend: a big green dragon.
7–14 years 103 mins
A young boy named Kubo must find his samurai father’s magical suit of armour in order to overcome the unforgiving spirits of the past.
7–16 years 102 mins
Charming family fantasy film following the adventures of two ten-year-old misfits, based on the popular novel.
7–14 years 93 mins
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Reading time 3 mins
After another superb year for cinema, we run you through the highlights of 2017 before our curators reveal their personal favourites of the year.
Reading time 8 mins
With the Oscar®-nominated 'My Life as a Courgette' in cinemas now, we look at how animation can be used to help broach difficult subjects with young people.
Reading time 4 mins
We take a look at new dance-focused drama Step and the way it - and other films about creativity - can help people through challenging real life situations.
Reading time 7 mins
Film can be a wonderful tool for developing emotional understanding and mental wellbeing.
A selection of films which explore the many worlds of fairy tales, from early interpretations to modern-day innovations.
Suitable forAll ages
No. of films30
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