Into Film Clubs
Into Film Clubs provide opportunities to watch, review and make films.
David is a widowed man who is desperate to find his daughter Margot when she goes missing one evening. Unable to get hold of her and fearing she may be harmed, he proceeds to search through her laptop, looking through her social media for clues and interviewing her school friends to try and find some answers. With the help of a detective, he embarks on a suspenseful investigation which reveals he may not know his daughter as well as he initially thought. With a narrative completely set on a computer screen, this unconventional and inventive thriller puts into question society’s obsession with technology and what it means for the relationships between young people and their parents.
Activities to support engagement, debate and reflection for titles within the Debate strand of the Into Film Festival.
Activities to support engagement, debate and reflection for secondary titles within the Mental Wellbeing strand of the Into Film Festival.
This Alfred Hitchcock thriller sees a reporter stuck in his apartment with a broken leg, and seeing suspicious activity out his window.
11+ years 109 mins
Psychological thriller about a woman who finds herself imprisoned in a mental institution against her will.
14+ years 98 mins
Much-discussed US documentary which follows the social networking exploits of Nev, a 24-year-old New York-based photographer.
11+ years 85 mins
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Also in cinemas is period-drama 'Colette', with inventive cyber-thriller 'Searching' released on DVD.
Reading time 2 mins
Book adaptation 'Yardie' and documentary 'A Northern Soul' are also in cinemas, with playful horror 'Ghost Stories' and drama 'Funny Cow' both released on DVD.
Reading time 2 mins
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