Into Film Clubs
Into Film Clubs provide opportunities to watch, review and make films.
James Pope is a young man who has spent his entire life in captivity without knowing, having been abducted as an infant. When the authorities find and imprison his kidnappers, James is reunited with his family who do everything they can to support him, but he must readjust to the world as he knows it. What James wants more than anything is to watch the latest Brigsby Bear episode – his beloved childhood TV show – though he transpires the entire production was created solely for him. Determined to finish Brigsby’s story, James gathers a group of new friends to help him make a movie and communicate the importance of the character in his life. ‘Brigsby Bear’ is an uplifting comedy-drama which explores mental health and celebrates creativity through filmmaking.
Harrowing but hugely moving story about a young boy and his mother attempting to escape the enclosed surroundings the boy has known his entire life.
14+ years 118 mins
Funny and inventive film about a couple of video store clerks who decide to remake some classic films.
11+ years 97 mins
1980s TV detective Mindhorn is thrust back into the limelight when asked to work on a real-life murder investigation.
14–16 years 89 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
'Big Fish & Begonia', 'Funny Cow' and 'Wildling' are also in cinemas, with 'Ferdinand' and 'Brigsby Bear' released on DVD.
Reading time 2 mins
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