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Leading this week's new theatrical releases is Neil Armstrong biopic First Man, marking a reunion between La La Land director Damien Chazelle and his leading man, Ryan Gosling. As the astronaut embarks on the celebrated Apollo 11 mission to the moon, the film examines the science behind the mission, as well as the effect it would have on the man, his family, and his country.
The story behind Neil Armstrong's Apollo 11 mission to the Moon, and the dangers and costs behind one of the most impressive achievements in history.
Age group11+ years
A collection of films taking in space exploration throughout cinema history.
Suitable forAll ages
No. of films16
This week also sees the release of animated musical Smallfoot, about a yeti who discovers that, contrary to what he's been told, the mysterious creatures known as "humans" really do exist; for older audiences, British director Paul Greengrass returns with another true life story, this time exploring the aftermath and atrocities behind the 2011 Norwegian terrorist attacks in 22 July; and there's also a release from another acclaimed director, Peter Jackson, who has created an astonishing archive-led restorative documentary celebrating the efforts of those involved in World War I with They Shall Not Grow Old.
PLEASE NOTE: They Shall Not Grow Old plays in cinemas for one-night-only on Tuesday 16 October. There is also an Into Film Festival screening taking place in Aberdeen on Tuesday 13 November.
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Musical animated comedy about a yeti convinced that, contrary to what he’s been told, the mysterious creatures known as “humans” really do...
Age group5–11 years
Dramatisation of the 2011 Norway terrorist attacks and the events that followed.
Age group16+ years
Leading this week's DVD releases is one of the most inventive and original horrors of recent years, Hereditary. When the Graham family matriarch dies, her offspring begin to experience disturbing phenomena in their lives. As they each try to battle through this difficult period, her daughter Annie begins attending a grief support group, grandson Peter struggles to concentrate at school, and his sister Charlie begins to engage in some unsettling behaviour of her own.
Also available from this week, Summer 1993 is an accomplished debut from a first-time filmmaker about the grief experienced by a six year-old girl after the death of her parents. Leaving her home in Barcelona to live in the countryside with her aunt and uncle, as well as her three year-old cousin, the traumatised Frida struggles to adjust to this unfamiliar rural world in this delicate piece of visual filmmaking.
Using Agnes Varda's latest documentary, 'Faces, Places' as a jumping off point, we've highlighted some filmmaking resources to inspire young students.
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The titles in our new film list are made by Black-British filmmakers, or with a focus on the Black-British experience.
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A group of Into Film YAC members and Young Reporters attended a red carpet screening of Johnny English's latest advent, and reviewed the experience for us.
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