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03 Dec 2017
Reviewing My Feral Heart
In all honesty, I didn’t expect much from this low budget British independent film, however I was pleasantly surprised by its endearing characters, heart-warming plot and beautifully simple aesthetics. First-time feature film maker Jane Gull directed and produced (with Duncan Paveling and James Rumsey) Duncan Paveling’s...
Reviewing films can be a big part of your members' Into Film experience and can help develop their literacy skills. Each week, we pick a selection of Review of the Week winners from hundreds of reviews. We read every submission, and choose winners from all age groups and abilities. Winning members receive a prize and have their review featured below.
Our Spring Screenings return in March 2018, with the theme of celebrating Women in Animation, be it traditional or VFX.
Reading time 2 mins
As we launch our brand new Anti-Bullying on Film resources, Martha Evans of the Anti-Bullying Alliance explains how film can be used to support anti-bullying.
Reading time 6 mins
We recently ran a series of free Spring Screenings around the UK, and many of you have been in touch to tell us about your fantastic big screen experiences.
Reading time 5 mins
A bizarre outbreak of suicides among the girls of one family is the focus of this intelligent, haunting Sofia Coppola film.
16+ years 92 mins
Dark, unique portrait of Glasgow in the 1970s, about a boy who blames himself after his friend drowns in a canal.
14+ years 94 mins
Widely considered to have kick-started black British cinema, this 1970s film focuses on a black school leaver well-qualified but unable to find a job.
16+ years 120 mins
An internet safety resource to help young people to understand the dangers of malwares.
Develop your pupils’ creative skills by designing a new cave for Dug, and help them reflect on their own identity.
A presentation to use in your Into Film Club with members aged 11-16.
Also new in cinemas are 'The Post' and 'The Final Year', with 'I Am Not A Witch' leading this week's DVD releases.
Reading time 3 mins
Our huge collection of free filmmaking resources can help any young person make an award-winning film, so why wait? Make one about your London borough today!
Viewing time 5 mins
Our reporter Rashaan speaks to 'Coco' director Lee Unkrich and producer Darla K. Anderson about Pixar's penchant for easter eggs and seizing the moment.
Viewing time 6 mins
This session will cover using animation across the curriculum to develop your students' teamwork, problem...
DateWed 24 Jan
Time16:00 - 18:00
During this training session we will explore all the ways you can make the most out of your film club. ...
DateMon 29 Jan
Time16:00 - 18:00
Join us for a film education networking meeting for teachers and Into Film Club Leaders in the Wyre Forest....
DateTue 30 Jan
Time16:00 - 17:30
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