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English (English subtitles)
Created in collaboration with twelve moving image archives across the UK, this short film responds to the experience of the Coronavirus pandemic, looking in particular at the effects on human connection and the unique experiences of loneliness, isolation and loss. The film is also a thoughtful and powerful exploration of community and the many emotions that can arise when reconnecting with others and to a world that has significantly changed. Featuring a variety of fascinating footage and led by a poetic voiceover, the film is an accessible piece that can help spark conversations about contemporary life and the drastic changes to our personal lives.
Documentary filmmaker Bill Morrison uses a collage of archive footage, spanning several decades, to reconstruct the lost mining communities of England
A collection of short films that incorporate archive film or audio footage to tell stories.
Programme of archive film spanning 1901 to 1985 exploring the history of black Britain throughout the 20th century.
A programme of archive film capturing the history of LGBT lives, cultures and communities in 20th century Britain.
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The Into Film+ streaming service can help you to explore the many varied - and sometimes difficult - topics around mental wellbeing for World Mental Health Day.
Reading time 11 mins
Space-themed coming-of-age story Gagarine leads this week's new releases whilst an archive-based short film about the last 18 months in the UK is also released.
Reading time 4 mins
Explore how film can be a wonderful tool for developing emotional understanding and mental wellbeing.
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