Into Film Clubs
Into Film Clubs provide opportunities to watch, review and make films.
On November 8, 2018, a major wildfire spread through the town of Paradise, California which ultimately killed 86 people and left thousands more temporarily displaced. In the aftermath of the natural disaster, families find themselves without homes and must decide whether they want to return to the town or move on. For those that decide to stay and rebuild their town after the most destructive fire in California’s history, there is much work to be done. This moving documentary charts the devastating effect of climate change while also highlighting the resilience of the human spirit through tragic circumstances.
Artistic documentary that shows how human creativity can empower people facing extreme kinds of poverty and hardship.
11+ years 99 mins
Poignant documentary through the eyes and words of children refugees fleeing from war-torn Syria to Lebanese camps.
11+ years 55 mins
Available to stream
Documentary about a married couple who follow their dream of creating a sustainable farm over eight years.
7–16 years 91 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
Rebuilding Paradise documents the strength of community after being ravaged by a wildfire whilst Emma. becomes available on DVD
Reading time 5 mins
Jane Austen's classic novel is brought to life with a contemporary spin whilst climate documentary Rebuilding Paradise is released in cinemas.
Reading time 4 mins
Climate change is one of the most pressing issues the world faces today, and is a topic tackled in an increasing number of films, in many varied ways.
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