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
Took place4th—21st November 2014
The Into Film Festival is a free and annual celebration of film and education. The 2014 Festival took place 4-21 November
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To coincide with Parliament Week, the Into Film Festival partnered with Debate Mate to get young people discussing democracy. Take a look at their debate.
Star of Game of Thrones and The Boxtrolls, Isaac Hempstead-Wright took part in a great Q&A session in his home county of Kent.
As the Into Film Festival comes to a close, take a look at some of the best bits from our three week celebration.
If you recently attended Into Film Festival, you can further pursue film as an educational tool by starting your own film club.
The second week of the Into Film Festival saw animation talks, meetings with Imelda Staunton and more. Take a look on an exciting week in films
We're happy to have included 3D screenings at this year's Into Film Festival, and it's been great to see the reactions of audience members after the events.
At the Everyman Screen on the Green today, two of Britain's most cherished actors answered questions about the film industry and their recent fairytale, Maleficent.
Into Film Festival goers have been getting a inside look at the animation process, thanks to special film events helped by Magic Light animators.
As the first week of the Into Film Festival draws to a close, we look back on what's been an exciting few days around the country.
Our UK wide celebration of film and education began today with a special film event opened by actor Carey Mulligan. Take a look at the Into Film Festival.
Working with the BFI Sci-Fi Days of Fear and Wonder season, this year's Into Film Festival will introduce young people to some of the best of this inventive genre.
Complementing this year's National Anti-Bullying Week, this year's festival brings a programme to open discussion on bullying
Our young reporters have run the rule over some of the festival's offerings. Watch their video reviews.
Continuing the work of Black History month, our Black History festival strand looks to promote knowledge and understanding of stories from black culture.
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.
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.
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 @getintofilm: Harry, Archie, Eronita and Alexia have been thinking of their favourite films of 2014...new video coming at 5pm http://t.c…
Discover what we've got going on as part of our From Cyberspace to Outer Space, science and technology season. http://t.co/8PE4RUpckz
Find information on all of the categories for the upcoming Into Film Awards, and details of how you can enter, here. http://t.co/0as3Vkk0VH
Nominate someone for an Into Film Award for their inspirational use of film as an educational tool. http://t.co/HFXLdnXaDX
Part two of our exclusive look at the making of @ShaunTheSheep The Movie. This time: the importance of setting. http://t.co/GvZf2vBaYK
Download our new Inclusion resource, developed based on findings from our Paul Hamlyn funded inclusion project. http://t.co/2gXg1lfMuH
Watch part two of our exclusive behind the scenes look at the making of @aardman's Shaun the Sheep The Movie http://t.co/FL2WQy2Gcg
We're running a documentary filmmaking competition with BFI & BBC Learning to celebrate Britain's Greatest Generation http://t.co/VVIwhyAJ35
Our science & technology season, From Cyberspace to Outer Space, continues apace. Keep an eye on the homepage here. http://t.co/5UlZBanH0E
We recently surveyed over 1000 young people about their cinema habits. Discover the fascinating things we learnt here http://t.co/k0STNAkmOg
Our Green Light to Opening Night project is charting the development of Shaun the Sheep The Movie. Watch part one: http://t.co/JNnYla7PrZ
Our Holocaust Memorial Day assembly resource uses affecting drama Wakolda to explore the complex issues at hand. http://t.co/MPXTny3lI3
Today marks Holocaust Memorial Day. Download our assembly resource to stimulate discussion and raise awareness. http://t.co/MPXTny3lI3
Download our new Inclusion resources, created using findings from our recent @phf_uk funded inclusion project. http://t.co/BaO1kuveux
Tomorrow is Holocaust Memorial Day. Download our new assembly resource, to stimulate discussion on this complex topic http://t.co/c4ouNJrWXR
Keep an eye on our From Cyberspace to Outer Space page as we add more content to our science and technology season. http://t.co/8PE4RUpckz
Nominate someone for their inspirational use of film in the classroom as part of our Into Film Awards. http://t.co/FIseLhZpDz