Into Film Clubs
Into Film Clubs provide opportunities to watch, review and make films.
Animation, Coming of Age, Drama
The story begins with new student, Nishimiya Shoko, arriving at school. Several of her classmates are shocked to learn she is deaf and, led by popular boy Ishida, take to bullying her. Nishimiya refuses to fight back and, despite her best efforts to appease the situation, it soon reaches breaking point. As a result of the fallout, Ishida’s classmates turn on him and he finds himself an outcast. Five years later, burdened by guilt and eager to make amends, Ishida tracks down Nishimiya and attempts to apologise for his actions. A Silent Voice is a sensitive film which tackles themes of disability, bullying and mental health in young people with compassion and understanding.
Nostalgic animation about a bored Japanese office worker who heads for the countryside, stirring up forgotten memories.
14+ years 119 mins
A high-schooler without many friends has her life turned upside down when her best friend starts dating her older brother.
14+ years 104 mins
A witty and touching Australian claymation about two unlikely pen pals with a unique connection.
11+ years 88 mins
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