Into Film Clubs
Into Film Clubs provide opportunities to watch, review and make films.
This razor-sharp satire uses a school election to send up both moral and political corruption. Tracy Flick appears to be the perfect pupil, and is running unopposed for the position of student body president. However, one of her teachers, the bitter Jim McAllister, persuades a dim football player to run against her, both to make the competition fairer and because he has a long-standing personal grudge against Tracy. When another candidate joins the race, the knives come out and the campaign gets dirty.
A film guide that looks at The Death of Stalin (2017), exploring its key topics and themes through informal discussion.
Nicole Kidman gives an unforgettable performance in this scathing satire about a weather girl who'll go to any lengths to make her dreams come true.
16+ years 102 mins
Charlie is an unofficial psychiatrist, dishing out advice to his schoolmates. Things get complicated when he begins handing out real medication.
14+ years 93 mins
Smart comedy in which a new girl at school falls in with a popular crowd, only to find they are more vicious than any jungle cat.
11+ years 92 mins
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Filmmakers from Clydeview Academy win Film of the Month for September with their dark comedy 'Extra Curricula Activities'.
Viewing time 3 mins
Former head of history Daryn Simon explores how film can help young people to become increasingly active and thoughtful citizens.
Reading time 4 mins
A selection of films from around the world exploring democracy and the political process, encouraging debate, understanding and engagement.
Suitable forAll ages
No. of films25
A list of political satire films suitable for primary and secondary ages
No. of films16
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