Into Film Clubs
Into Film Clubs provide opportunities to watch, review and make films.
Based on a true story, Coming of Age, Period and Historical, War Films
Written and directed by Sir Kenneth Branagh as an ode to his childhood, this coming-of-age tale follows the early life of Buddy, a ten year-old boy growing up in 1960s Belfast. At this point in history, tensions in the city were high as political and religious beliefs clashed and began to spill over into the daily lives of its inhabitants. Buddy must try to navigate this complex and potentially dangerous world whilst also getting swept up in the music, culture and excitement of a city in the midst of change. Belfast is a fascinating and emotional snapshot of history that also explores the meaning of home.
Based on Irish author Frank McCourt's autobiography, this both hilarious and tragic film deals with him growing up in a very poor family in the '30s.
14–16 years 140 mins
A British soldier is left behind after a disastrous mission in 1970s Belfast.
16+ years 95 mins
Timeless tale of teen rivalry which draws parallels with the Irish 'Troubles'.
11+ years 90 mins
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We've rounded up the best moments from this year's programme including our favourite images and words of wisdom from teachers, young people and industry guests.
Reading time 9 mins
Sing 2 sees everyone's favourite singing animals putting on a new blockbuster show whilst evocative biopic Belfast
Reading time 3 mins
We have added eight new films to Into Film+ as we close out the year with titles such as 'Shrek', 'Encanto' and 'Lady Bird'.
Reading time 4 mins
Our Northern Ireland Ambassador Sir Kenneth Branagh joined young people in Belfast for a special screening of his new auto-biographical film.
Reading time 3 mins
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