Into Film Clubs
Into Film Clubs provide opportunities to watch, review and make films.
This essential piece of cinema captures Brooklyn at a time when it was predominantly home to communities of African-American, Latin American and Italian families, amongst others. Spike Lee stars as Mookie, a young man working at an Italian pizzeria who is struggling to earn enough to support his girlfriend and their child but lacks ambition. Frustrated by his boss Sal’s son, who makes racist remarks about the black people in the neighbourhood, and the fact a ‘wall of fame’ in the pizzeria does not include any black stars, Mookie and friends demand for them to change it. When Sal refuses, tensions begin to rise, escalating into a shocking conflict that affects the whole neighbourhood. Although it’s a quintessential 80s film, it offers a timeless exploration on gentrification, racism in American and inner-city communities.
A film guide that looks at Boyz N The Hood (1991), exploring its key topics and themes through informal discussion.
Campus-based satire dissecting contemporary racial politics by following four African-American students studying at a privileged university.
16+ years 104 mins
Powerful epic from famed director Spike Lee about the life of late African-American black liberation movement leader Malcolm X.
14+ years 197 mins
This powerful Spike Lee satire sees a black writer, tired of the TV station he works at, plan to make a show so culturally insensitive he'll be fired.
14+ years 130 mins
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For Black History Month 2021, we've brought together teachers and young people to discuss what Black icons from The British Isles should get the film treatment.
Reading time 8 mins
We've added fantastic new titles to our Into Film+ streaming platform, including recent releases 'Onward' and 'White Riot', plus some Into Film Club favourites!
Reading time 8 mins
Police brutality drama 'Monsters and Men' is the latest in a wave of timely films exploring the way black Americans are treated by those meant to protect them.
Reading time 5 mins
Film can be an excellent way to educate young people on the historic and modern fights for Black equality, and to highlight and challenge racial bullying.
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