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Coming of Age, Drama
11-year-old Toni spends most of her time training with her older brother at a local gym in Cincinnati. Despite being dedicated to boxing, she begins to become fascinated by the Lionesses, a drill dance troupe who rehearse in the room next door. Joining as a new dancer or 'crab', she quickly feels empowered by the sense of camaraderie and confidence amongst the slightly older, all-female team. Learning the challenging routines and making new friends, things take a mysterious turn when an outbreak of fainting spells begins to affect members of the team. Set almost entirely within the confines of the gymnasium, this absorbing film provides an acute insight into the psychological complexities of pre-adolescence, with a dreamlike perspective on the world.
Activities to support engagement, debate and reflection alongside a screening from the Generation Z strand of the festival.
A film guide that looks at Step (2017), exploring its key topics and themes through informal discussion.
A beautifully understated, naturalistic drama about childhood gender identity confusion that’s both touching and gently humorous.
7+ years 79 mins
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14+ years 95 mins
In a strict English girls' school in the 1960s, a fainting outbreak occurs after the pupils are rocked by a tragedy.
16+ years 100 mins
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Viewing time 8 mins
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Reading time 8 mins
Into Film's CPD and Resources coordinator Samantha Clarkson discusses how film and filmmaking can support and inspire Expressive Arts students.
Reading time 6 mins
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