Discover free films for watching, discussing and exploring filmmaking.
Leading this week's new cinema releases is global refugee crisis documentary Human Flow, directed by artist Ai Weiwei, who captures the greatest human displacement since World War Two through filming 23 countries across a single year.
A New York widower fights for custody of his son in Yiddish drama Menashe; Jake Gyllenhaal plays a survivor of the 2013 Boston Marathon bombing in Stronger; mental health is tackled through filmmaking in comedy-drama Brigsby Bear; while gentle, music-themed anime Lu Over the Wall celebrates tolerance.
The inspiring real life story of Jeff Bauman, a young working-class Bostonian who lost both of his legs in the Boston Marathon bombing of 2013.
Age group14+ years
A young man discovers the truth behind his favourite childhood TV show which ends suddenly, and sets out to make a movie to finish the story.
Age group14+ years
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Leading this week's DVD releases is Captain Underpants, in which two young boys play a trick on their strict headmaster resulting in him thinking he's a superhero they've created. This is a funny, cheeky family comedy, adapted from a successful collection of short stories.
An intelligent, superbly shot portrayal of racial identity in which its British-born Chinese protagonist feels caught between two cultures.
Viewing time 6 mins
Will Massa, Curator of Contemporary Fiction Film at the BFI National Archive, explores the joy of archive film and how to use it in the classroom
Reading time 4 mins
As the curtain falls on this year’s Into Film Festival we bring you a round-up of some of our 2017 highlights - including a mariachi-flavoured closing event!
Reading time 6 mins
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