Into Film Clubs
Into Film Clubs provide opportunities to watch, review and make films.
Filmed over one year across 23 countries, Chinese artist Ai Weiwei follows individuals and families as they seek refuge and safety in other countries from famine, war and climate change. From dangerous ocean crossings, guarded borders and refugee camps, he captures people’s stories and experiences of hardship and endurance while witnessing the courage, tolerance and spirit they hold to keep them going. This is a thought-provoking visual document of large scale human migration, a global issue affecting tens of millions that has not been seen on the same volume since the displacement of people during World War II.
A film guide that looks at Human Flow (2017), exploring its key topics and themes through informal discussion.
The first film set in Iraq since Saddam Hussein's fall depicts a Kurdish refugee camp, where orphaned children are trying to survive.
14+ years 95 mins
Moving short documentary portrait of a Syrian refugee family who have been relocated to a small German village.
11+ years 20 mins
Poignant documentary through the eyes and words of children refugees fleeing from war-torn Syria to Lebanese camps.
11+ years 55 mins
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Also in cinemas are Stronger, Menashe, Brigsby Bear and Lu Over the Wall, with Captain Underpants leading the latest DVD releases.
Reading time 3 mins
There are eight more titles also new in cinemas, with 'Human Flow' leading this week's DVD releases.
Reading time 4 mins
There are many free places still available for the 3,000 screenings taking place across 550 venues across the UK. We've cherry-picked some of the most exciting!
Reading time 5 mins
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