Into Film Clubs
Into Film Clubs provide opportunities to watch, review and make films.
An all-star high school student and athlete, Luce is popular amongst his peers and adored by his parents, who ten years previously adopted him from war-torn Eritrea. Their perception of their son is turned upside down when Luce’s history teacher, Harriet, informs them of an alarming essay he wrote for an assignment and discloses a bag of fireworks she found in his locker. Surprised by this news and torn between wanting to trust their son, who is convinced Harriet is targeting him for no good reason, the family are led on a series of revelations that question everything they thought they knew. This gripping, and sometimes unsettling, thriller opens up discussions around race and audience’s perception of characters based on how they behave.
Adapted from the acclaimed novel, this dark drama examines a mother's increasingly strained relationship with her troubled son.
16+ years 112 mins
The lives of three individuals are significantly changed when an unarmed black man is shot dead by police officers in their neighbourhood.
14+ years 95 mins
A young writer grabs his teacher’s attention by composing a provocative and violent story about political radicalism.
16+ years 114 mins
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As young people gear up to return to school, we've selected ten titles about the school experience to enjoy in your film clubs or stream at home.
Reading time 7 mins
Eddie Redmayne and Felicity Jones take to the skies in the Aeronauts whilst Yesterday leads this week's DVD releases.
Reading time 3 mins
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