Clubs provide opportunities to watch, review and make film. Start yours today.
Science Fiction and Fantasy
Despite its title, Brazil isn't set in sun-kissed South America - named after an old Latin dance tune, it actually takes place in the Britain of the not-too-distant future. And that Britain is as bleak as it gets - dark, joyless and run by a tyrannical government. Unsurprisingly, it all gets a bit much for clerk Sam Lowry - who finds an escape of sorts by constant daydreaming. One day, he spots a mistake in the mountain of paperwork he's forced to review - but when he tries to correct it, he gets sucked into a nightmare from which no amount of daydreaming can save him. For all the darkness of its themes, Brazil is an incredibly imaginative movie - long regarded as a head-spinning classic of British cinema.
Intelligent, futuristic crime film set in an era when the police have the technology to arrest criminals before they commit crimes.
11+ years 145 mins
This visually spectacular German sci-fi classic (made, incredibly, in 1927) sees the rich live in skyscrapers and the poor toil underground.
11+ years 138 mins
Robin Hood, Napoleon and the passengers of the Titanic are just some of the characters encountered in this time-travelling adventure.
7+ years 111 mins
Club Leaders can rate films! Help other club leaders decide if this film is suitable for use in their film club by giving it a rating.
To mark Roald Dahl Day and the great storyteller's centenary, we explore his wide-reaching influence and consider what sort of films he might be making today.
Reading time 8 mins
Viewing 0 of 0 related items.
Into Film Clubs has now moved from filmclub.org to intofilm.org/clubs
If you already run a film club, or are a member of one, then continue below and use your filmclub.org username and password to log in to your film club's new home on intofilm.org.
Ask your film club leader for your club’s code then continue below and click on the Join Here button. Then follow the simple steps and become a film club member.
If you're an educator working with young people aged 5-19 and are considering starting your very own FREE Into Film Club, then continue below to discover more about the wide range of free films and fantastic benefits available to you.