Into Film Clubs
Into Film Clubs provide opportunities to watch, review and make films.
The year is 1943, and in a Japanese prisoner-of-war camp in Burma, the British and American inmates are forced to do brutal hard labour by their captors, constructing a vast railway bridge. Colonel Nicholson, the senior British officer, decides his duty is to build the best bridge he can, even though it would help the enemy troop movements. As much as a classic war film, The Bridge On The River Kwai is an examination of obsession and stubborn pride.
An all-star cast hatches a plan for a mass breakout from a German prisoner of war camp, based on a true story.
11+ years 165 mins
This powerful drama sees a child separated from his parents during the 1931 Japanese invasion of China and put in an internment camp for foreigners.
11+ years 153 mins
Set during World War One, this film from legendary director Jean Renoir about three French soldiers in a prison camp portrays war's harsh realities.
14+ years 109 mins
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We explore how film can be used to teach young people about the far-reaching impact and effect that war and conflict can have, on both soldiers and civilians.
Reading time 4 mins
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