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British writer-director Stephen Merchant directs this wrestling-centric comedy drama, based on a true story, as a young girl follows her great ambition to become a WWE superstar. Norwich-based brother and sister duo, Zak and Saraya, are invited to London in order to try out for the world's biggest wrestling promotion but both of them soon find out about the sacrifices needed to make it in such a ruthless business. Fighting With My Family is a feel-good comedy about identity, outsiders and following your dreams.
Alex Lawther stars in this flamboyant, feel-good and entertaining story about a gay teenager, attempting to adjust to life in a new town, who decides to run for Homecoming Queen at school as a defiant message to his prejudiced peers. Adapted from a young adult novel, Freak Show celebrates diversity and having the confidence in being true to who you are.
A selection of titles looking at the relationship between sport and film, taking in community, politics, teamwork and personal attainment.
Suitable forAll ages
No. of films25
Angela Bryan-Brown from Stonewall explains how film can be a force for good in teaching positive messages about LGBT issues and increasing acceptance.
Reading time 3 mins
A selection of films exploring and celebrating issues and discussion points surrounding LGBT history around the world.
No. of films18
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