Into Film Clubs
Into Film Clubs provide opportunities to watch, review and make films.
Documentary, Short Films
This short documentary is narrated by and seen through the eyes of a seven-year-old girl named Nuraiyah who speaks of the marvels found in life. As she roams through the urban landscape of her city surroundings, she thinks about how life can be so many different things – sad, hard, fun, happy – all at once, and how it is made up of family, friends, nature and all the other things that surround her. This is an optimistic film featuring beautiful cinematography that reminds us what it is to be a child full of hope.
Musical documentary set in a school in the largest slum in Asia, where children and their teachers sing of their dreams for the future.
11–16 years 77 mins
A funny, moving tale about an Indian boy called Chhotu whose dreams of going to school are granted by a benevolent Prince.
7–14 years 88 mins
The magic and innocence of childhood is captured in this drama which follows the adventures of six-year-old Moonee across a single summer.
14+ years 111 mins
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We have two new collections of LGBTQ+ shorts from partners Iris Prize and Peccadillo now available to watch on Into Film+, plus more shorts for younger viewers.
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