Into Film Clubs
Into Film Clubs provide opportunities to watch, review and make films.
Having moved from his home in Birmingham to study at Oxford University, orphan J.R.R. Tolkien forms a “fellowship” with his student peers, a group of artists and writers with whom he finds encouragement and comradery. As their bond grows over the years, Tolkien meets Edith Bratt and soon falls in love with her. But with the sudden outbreak of World War One, Tolkien’s relationships come under threat, and he must endure the horrors of the Great War alongside his young friends. ‘Tolkien’ demonstrates the inspiration the author took from his most formative life experiences to create his acclaimed allegory, ‘The Lord of the Rings’, one of the most celebrated books of the 20th century.
Bill Shakespeare’s had a go at everything, but to the frustration of his wife Anne he hasn’t found a real job. Will he make his name in London?
11–14 years 94 mins
A semi-fictionalised account of the genesis of Peter Pan, starring Johnny Depp as the initially unsuccessful author J.M. Barrie.
7–16 years 97 mins
British biopic exploring the relationship between Winnie the Pooh author A.A Milne and his son Christopher Robin.
11–16 years 107 mins
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The first live action Pokémon film makes its way to DVD whilst literary biopic Tolkien also becomes available for your wishlist.
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