Into Film offers schools and colleges the opportunity to use film as a powerful tool for learning in the classroom. Educators can set up their own film club, giving students the opportunity to watch, discuss and review a huge range of films, as well as all the guidance to introduce filmmaking into school projects.
The Into Film programme can be harnessed in out of school settings such as youth clubs, community groups and libraries. Group leaders can contribute to the cultural, creative and personal development of their members by sharing filmmaking skills and setting up their very own film club to watch a huge range of films.
If you're a film fan aged 5—19 and you live in the UK, we have great opportunities for you to continue your journey into the world of film.
Find out about our partners and how we have embraced their wide-ranging expertise and experience.
Who are Into Film? In this section you can find out everything you need to know. Discover the details of our UK-wide programme and how we are implementing it across the four nations. In addition, you'll discover the key values that underpin our programme and the people and teams who will be instrumental in upholding them.
For schools and young people across the UK
4th—21st November 2014
The Into Film Festival is a free and annual celebration of film and education for schools and young people across the UK
Get a sneak peek at Aardman's latest creation at the Into Film Festival, with a live Q&A streamed across 10 UK cinemas.
Join us for a UNICEF screening as we mark the 25th anniversary of this momentous UN initiative at this year's festival
Find out how we plan to use film to teach young people foreign languages and culture at this year's festival.
Take a look at our World War One strand, as we remember the start of The Great War 100 years on.
Watch British actor Will Poulter's special message for festival goers as his latest film The Maze Runner is added to our film programme.
With opportunities for film activity up and down the country, this year's festival promises opportunity for children across the UK.
Take a look at LAIKA, the animation house behind one of our 14 strands at this year's festival.
This year marks the twelfth anniversary of the BBFC's introduction of the 12A certificate.
As part of the Into Film Festival we're encouraging schools up and down the country to host their own events. Here's what you could be watching.
Bookings are now live for the Into Film Festival, November 4-November 21. Take a look through our screenings, special events and more.
There are 14 strands in this year's Into Film Festival. Take a closer look at how we've selected our programme.
We launched our nationwide celebration of film and education with a successful 3-week festival last year. Take a look at the highlights.
Booking for this year's Into Film Festival could be the start of your journey into film. Start a film club and enjoy great benefits throughout the year.
Each film in the festival programme is accompanied by a curriculum linked resource that will go deeper into the issues covered. Start learning through film today.
Use the Into Film Festival to inspire your students to start filmmaking themselves — these resources will set you on your way.
Start a film club and receive free DVDs, filmmaking opportunities, educational resources and one-to-one support on how to engage your students through film.
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Discover a wealth of free resources to help engage with your students and drive excellence in the classroom, including our curriculum linked film resources.
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RT @PHEducation: Still some places available for our schools' previews of GONE TOO FAR! w/Q&A at @HackneyPH & @RitzyCinema next week http:/…
Screening’s with exciting Q&As #Disney’s #Bears in Bristol & London. Trailer: http://t.co/F39duOOlql Book: http://t.co/g5cjLLpDNe
We're canvassing science teachers to find their favourite #SciFi film — enter & you could win an iPad! http://t.co/n2ml0f6FdZ
Today we're launching a new Gaelic resource on Seachd: The Inaccessible Pinnacle at @antalltan — explore more http://t.co/T88ZMHqbBg #alltan
Schools across the country can apply for our See It, Make It project & kickstart filmmaking with their students http://t.co/ctnlO37W2T
We chatted to Charles Dance & @TheRealLukevans about Dracula Untold http://t.co/9okBAufzux @DraculaUntoldUK
October's #IntoFilmShow lands tomorrow! Here's everything you can expect from Primary and Secondary episodes http://t.co/miTVS2cxu7
Mark #BlackHistoryMonth by downloading our new assembly resource http://t.co/n2ePXsbFgU @blackhistoryuk
Exclusive @ShauntheSheep The Movie Q&A at this year's Into Film Festival — it'll be baa-rilliant! http://t.co/OHL0dhOA0n
RT @LozellsMP: Our second @getintofilm Film Club continues tonight after school @LozellsPrimary
RT & follow to win tickets to a preview of Alexander And The Terrible, Horrible, No Good Very Bad Day this Sunday! http://t.co/9gbqGKlN5s
Interested in starting your own film club? Here's 5 top reasons as why you should get into film today! http://t.co/iGUyBPYPzd
WATCH: Our new behind the scenes report from What We Did On Our Holiday - featuring an interview with David Tennant http://t.co/SScFuSsQq3
Apply for for See It, Make It this winter. We're supporting 200 film clubs kick start their filmmaking programmes http://t.co/FwYYg8ZIl2
RT & follow to win tickets to a preview of Alexander And The Terrible, Horrible, No Good Very Bad Day this Sunday! http://t.co/QPAPoZ8TnF
Watch these great documentaries made by young people on our @PHEducation #FreshDocs programme http://t.co/TEDaYINzEJ
Our young reporters have been busy lately! Catch up on interviews with @RalfLittle, @jamieblackley and more! http://t.co/ebs1rDolo1
We have new episodes of the #intoFilmShow for you on 2 October. Here's what you can look forward to - http://t.co/miTVS2cxu7
Welsh film clubs - enter our #DylanThomas filmmaking competition celebrating his 100th birthday http://t.co/30rE92rOiA
We are hiring a project manager for a new pilot based in #Yorkshire — find out more http://t.co/cHaxEIHRX4 #jobs #vacancies #film