How do Into Film Clubs work?
Learn how to kick-start your Into Film Club.
are free for state-funded schools and non-school settings, such as youth clubs and libraries. We also offer Into Film Clubs to independent schools for a fee.
You can become an Into Film Club leader if you are an educator, youth leader, teaching assistant, parent, or librarian working in a state funded school or youth group setting.
You'll receive support from the Into Film Team throughout your film club journey, from set-up and ordering films to engaging club members.
You'll have everything you need to make your Into Film Club a success, including materials, resources and training opportunities.Is an Into Film CLub for me?
Being involved with an Into Film Club is hugely beneficial for both educators and young people between the ages of 5-19. With a range of incentives, materials, competitions and rewards, Into Film Clubs provide an exciting, safe and comfortable environment for young people to grow, gain confidence, enjoy school more and better engage with the curriculum. Our resources can help with day-to-day learning and development, allowing educators to create an Into Film Club that will appeal to all ages and abilities.Start your FREE Into Film Club
An Into Film Club venue can be a classroom, school hall, youth club or library: all you need is a DVD player. Running an Into Film Club in a regular, communal setting inspires a love of film in young people, and an enthusiasm for discovery. It's not just a place for learning, but to make friendships too.Start your FREE Into Film Club
Choose from our DVD catalogue of over 3000 films that have been specially selected, including blockbusters, new releases, classics, foreign language film and documentaries, all chosen to help increase young people's cultural awareness and understanding of new ideas and concepts.
Make your own films using our suite of filmmaking resources and access to training. You can even inspire your club members to get involved by entering our Film of the Month competition.How do Into Film Clubs work?
Discuss and review films using our resources, which pair the extraordinary medium of film with activities to use in your classroom or Into Film Club, including PowerPoint presentations with embedded clips, and worksheets. Motivate your club members to get involved with our Review of the Week competition.Start your FREE Into Film Club
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Into Film Clubs are a fun, simple and valuable way to engage young people, and are FREE for all state funded schools* and not-for-profit youth organisations.**
* Into Film Clubs is available to private/independent schools for an annual fee. Email email@example.com for more information.
** Home Educators that can group together and host a film club at a local venue are also eligible to join as a not-for-profit youth organisation. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.Start your FREE Into Film Club
of film club leaders say their club members enjoy school more and engage better with the curriculum.
of film club leaders say that using film has improved young people’s imagination and creativity.
of film club leaders say Into Film Clubs has improved speaking, listening, discussion and social skills.
On 20 July 1969, human kind first landed on the moon. Celebrate this inspiring, our of this world achievement in your class with our films, resources and more.
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From a high-profile film on mental health to the Cannes Film Festival, the three Into Film Award winners update us on all their projects since March.
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To mark Mandela Day (18 July), watch youth-made documentary 'Goodbye Mandela' and hear from young filmmaker Hope on how she filmed on location in South Africa.
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