Into Film Clubs
Into Film Clubs provide opportunities to watch, review and make films.
Will, an army veteran and his thirteen year-old daughter, Tom, live in a national park outside of Portland. They have a tent for shelter, a ration of food and Tom has been taught how to read, write and hide from intruders. The two have become used to their unconventional way of life, only visiting the city for necessities, but once they are found by local authorities they must try to reintegrate back into society. Their dependence on each other starts to be tested when they attempt to be a more conventional family and with Tom beginning to grow up. Based on the American novel, 'My Abandonment', this is a remarkable exploration of housing, poverty and the environment from the perspectives of those on the fringes of society.
An unusual movie about a group of children growing up in one of America's poorest and most neglected corners.
11+ years 89 mins
A troubled teenager is sent to foster carers in a remote location, until a turn of events forces him to flee and try his luck living wild in the bush.
14+ years 97 mins
A beautiful blend of fantasy and drama sees an isolated community threatened by a storm, told through the eyes of a remarkable young girl.
11+ years 91 mins
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Also in cinemas is French language drama 'The Workshop', with 'Incredibles 2', 'The Man Who Invented Christmas' and 'Leave No Trace' released on DVD.
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