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What happens when men challenge the patriarchal model of masculinity…and choose vulnerability instead?


Proudly featuring Sun’s partner Robin Evans. 


For one hour only you are invited to join a men’s group.

Make Me A Man penetrates deep into the intimate therapeutic journeys of a rare breed of men dedicated to inner growth, self-enquiry and mutual support. The film is a heartfelt contribution to the global struggles around gender and masculinity by London therapist Jerry Hyde & Parisian film Director Mai Hua.

Witness profoundly personal interviews and join Hyde and some of the group members on a powerfully emotive pilgrimage to the First World War battlefields of the Somme, where silence is often louder than words. Funny, tragic, poignant and above all deeply honest, each and every one of the participants is unguarded, raw and open in a way you may never have seen before.

With men chosen at random from Hyde’s 25-year group practice, the film explores universal themes such as sex, abuse, relationships and what it means to be a (hu)man in 21st century culture as the members strive to be the best versions of themselves, despite the prevailing sexist view of masculinity that still maintains men should be strong, silent and hide their vulnerability.


The screening will be followed by a Q&A


Running time: 70 Minutes

Q&A Running Time: TBC

Contains strong language, references to sex and sexual abuse

No one younger than 15 may see a 15 film in a cinema. PLEASE NOTE: Proof of age may be required.


Evening Ticket Price

Adult: £10
Under 16: £7
Member: £8