Into Film Clubs
Into Film Clubs provide opportunities to watch, review and make films.
Based on John Boyne's acclaimed children's novel, this moving, educational and necessarily upsetting drama tells the story of the Holocaust through the eyes of two young boys - one the son of a Nazi, the other a Jewish child imprisoned in a concentration camp. Bruno is the eight-year-old son of a German commandant and is told that the barbed-wire enclosed camp next to his house is a farm, and its striped-uniform wearing prisoners merely workers. Bruno's eyes are gradually opened to the true horror of what's going on around him, however, when he befriends a boy his own age from the other side of the fence.
A film guide that looks at The Book Thief (2013), exploring its key topics and themes through informal discussion.
Moving documentary about some American school students who set about collecting six million paper clips in memory of the Holocaust victims.
11–16 years 84 mins
Powerful drama based on true events about a powerful German businessman who helped Jews being persecuted by the Nazis in World War Two.
14+ years 187 mins
Moving adaptation of Anne Frank's world-changing diary, following Anne and her family as they must hide from the Nazis in occupied Amsterdam.
7–16 years 172 mins
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A thought-provoking short film that explores the emotional impact that war can have on children and young people.
Viewing time 7 mins
Film Industry talent Chris Beanstead, Olivia Young, Chris Hees, Mark Herman, and Tracey Seawood talk to young people from Hull about how they got into film.
Viewing time 4 mins
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