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03 Jul 2017
Reviewing Song of the Sea
Fun, unique animation and symbolic shapes and colours accompanied by beautiful Gaelic/celtic music. If this doesn't describee an interesting film I don't know what does.
The story is about Saorise and her big brother Ben who live with their father in a lighthouse as...
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 Theme for the Summer term is Beyond Hollywood, exploring world cinema and foreign language, independent and British film from outside the mainstream.
Based on the filmmaker's own poem, our Film of the Month winner for May 2017 is a moving and very personal film about struggling with eating disorders.
Viewing time 7 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
Tamil children’s film about two boys desperate to earn enough money to get a slice of pizza from the new pizza shop.
7–14 years 91 mins
A troubled teenager is sent to foster carers in a remote location, until a turn of events forces him to flee and try his luck living wild in the bush.
14+ years 97 mins
A thought-provoking British drama set in Newcastle about a 59-year-old man and a single mother struggling to with the government’s benefit system.
16+ years 100 mins
This presentation provides an introduction to the Into Film Clubs website.
Arts Logs developed by Into Film and Arts Award to support young people taking part in Discover and Explore.
Into Film, in partnership with 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment and EDF Energy, present this brand new STEM resource.
We talk to Andrew Denton, our Leader of the Month for June, and his club members, who each reveal why they love watching a wide range of films in their club.
Reading time 7 mins
We take a look at Christopher Nolan's new WWII thriller Dunkirk, which educates on this historic event by placing the audience right in the middle of it.
Reading time 8 mins
We recently partnered with Urdd Gobaith Cymru to run a Welsh language review writing competition - read the two winning entries here.
Reading time 4 mins
Participants will be introduced to a series of tools including the 3Cs (character, colour, camera) and 3Ss (story, setting, sound), which
Date24 Nov 2017
Time09:30 - 15:00
Participants will be introduced to a series of tools including the 3Cs (character, colour, camera) and 3Ss (story, setting, sound), which bu
Date12 Feb 2018
Time09:00 - 15:00
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