School’s Out

Visit school one last time before the summer holidays with our School’s Out mini season and see three films with an international scope. These films have earned a cult following through their own memorable qualities as well as from their exaggerated yet astute reflections on the experiences of young people.

This season was curated by our HOME Young Programmers, a group of five young people who curate quarterly film screenings under the name, One of Us. The film screenings are a safe space to experience cinema and be reminded of life’s mysterious and sacred things. Come with friends, come alone, come as you are. The group are Ellen Smith, Joseph Hayward, Kate Roper, Lucy Grayson and William Clare.

Previously in this season

Female Friendship on Screen

Home Young Programmer, Lucy Grayson explores the representation of female friendship on screen in HOME’s latest film  mini-season School’s Out.

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Angus, Thongs and Perfect Snogging Introduction

This screening will be introduced by HOME's Young Programmers.

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Clueless

Yellow-tartan-clad fashion icon Cher takes new girl Tai under her wing, but in the process of matchmaking and makeovers she begins to seek love of…

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Clueless DJ Set

Following the screening of Clueless at 18:10, join us in the HOME downstairs bar from 20:00 for a 90s themed DJ set.

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Angus, Thongs and Perfect Snogging

This highly quotable British cringe comedy boasts an excellent soundtrack and a clever sensitivity to the teenage experience as 14-year-old high-schooler Georgia deals with awkward…

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