Into Film Clubs
Into Film Clubs provide opportunities to watch, review and make films.
Great movies can be made by anyone - or so hope the heroes of Son of Rambow, a hugely likeable coming-of-age tale set in the Britain of the 1980s. Having heard about a competition that's being run for young film-makers, Lee is determined not just to take part, but to triumph. Despite always being in trouble at school, he's got plenty of ambition and sees his older brother's dodgy video equipment as the way to fulfil it . But his plans don't come alive until he meets Will, a shy kid whose religious parents won't let him watch movies at all. Together, the unlikely duo decide to make an action-packed sequel to the adventure movie Rambo (a huge hit in the 1980s) and the results paint paint a warm and funny picture of growing up and filmmaking.
Living in the old people's home his parents run, Edward spends his time hunting for ghosts and befriends the kindly magician Clarence.
11–16 years 93 mins
An anthem for troubled loners everywhere and an emblem of French cinematic cool, this is the deeply moving tale of a cheeky yet vulnerable schoolboy.
14+ years 95 mins
Uplifting comedy-drama about a teenage runaway making his way in London, starring Tom Turgoose and directed by Shane Meadows.
14+ years 68 mins
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We explore new animated film Sing, and the way it celebrates the value of creativity and the thrill of 'daring to do'.
Reading time 6 mins
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