Into Film Clubs
Into Film Clubs provide opportunities to watch, review and make films.
The author Toni Morrison is known as being one of America’s great storytellers, famed for her engrossing and artful meditations on broadly powerful themes such as race, gender and identity. After passing away in 2019, she left behind a body of work that will resonate and a career which saw her become the first black woman to win a Nobel prize in literature for her contributions to the art form. Thankfully, she also left behind this moving and intimate documentary which sees Morrison, along with well-known figures from multiple industries and disciplines from political activist Angela Davis to fellow icon Oprah Winfrey, look back at her artistic contributions and her legacy whilst also delving into her personal life and the woman behind the words.
Adaptation of Alice Walker's novel about the turbulent life of Celie, a black woman growing up in the American Deep South of the 1900s.
14+ years 147 mins
Documentary in which the late writer James Baldwin looks back at his experiences through American history, most notably the Civil Rights movement.
16+ years 94 mins
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In our second blog celebrating 2020's finest film releases, our expert curation team highlight their favourite documentaries of the year.
Reading time 7 mins
Elvish adventure Onward is Pixar's latest animated offering, whilst The Peanut Butter Falcon makes its way onto DVD.
Reading time 3 mins
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