Into Film Clubs
Into Film Clubs provide opportunities to watch, review and make films.
Drama, Family, Period and Historical
Set in 1944 at the height of World War II, life in British towns and cities is becoming increasingly dangerous. Three evacuee children – Lily, Pattie, and Ted – are therefore sent from their Salford home by their mother to a rural Yorkshire village named Oakworth. There to meet them at the train station are Bobbie – who had undertaken a similar journey exactly 40 years before in the original film – as well as her daughter Annie and grandson Thomas. With their help, the evacuees soon begin to settle into life in the countryside. But when they discover an injured American soldier hiding out at the railway station, the children set out on a perilous quest to help their new friend who, like them, is a long way from home. ‘The Railway Children Return’ is a sequel which arrives more than half a century after its much-loved predecessor, exploring similar themes around friendship, community, and displacement.
Family friendly classic mixing knockabout comedy, action and animation for three young evacuees and a kindly witch in the midst of World War Two.
5–11 years 112 mins
Available to stream
Adaptation of Arthur Ransome’s timeless novel about four siblings embarking on an extraordinary adventure whilst on holiday in the Lake District.
7–14 years 97 mins
During World War I, with their father away fighting and their mother busy as a nurse, five children are sent to stay with their eccentric uncle.
5–14 years 85 mins
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Our curation team round up the year 2022 in film, picking their personal favourite Primary, Secondary and Documentary titles.
Reading time 5 mins
The classic British drama about young evacuees gets an overdue sequel whilst the Minions and their wacky antics also return to the big screen.
Reading time 4 mins
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