Into Film Clubs
Into Film Clubs provide opportunities to watch, review and make films.
A dark and unique portrait of Glasgow in the 1970s. When a young boy drowns in a canal, the friend who he was with - James - blames himself. But for a while at least, life goes on for James as usual - making the best of things in the council flat he shares with his parents and two sisters, and a friendship with an older girl who is a target of abuse for the local kids. Ratcatcher is a film where mood and visual images are as important as plot, and the results will stay in the mind long after other films have faded.
Activities to support engagement, debate and reflection alongside a screening from the No Borders, No Boundaries strand of the festival.
A film guide that looks at Ratcatcher (1999), exploring its key topics and themes through informal discussion.
British director Tony Richardson's hard-hitting coming of age tale stars Tom Courtenay as a working class kid whose athletic talent sets him apart.
11+ years 104 mins
Enchanting film from famed British social realist director Ken Loach, about a young lad with an unhappy life, who befriends and tames a kestrel hawk.
7+ years 110 mins
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Inspired by the success of Greta Gerwig's brilliant new film 'Lady Bird', our curation team look at ten more brilliant debut feature films by female filmmakers.
Reading time 6 mins
Former head of history Daryn Simon explores how film can help young people to become increasingly active and thoughtful citizens.
Reading time 4 mins
A collection of previous winners of BAFTA's prestigious Outstanding Debut award to mark the organisation's 70th birthday.
No. of films6
A selection of films which explore loss and the grieving process in all its forms, from kitchen-sink dramas to animated folktales.
Suitable forAll ages
No. of films15
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