Into Film Clubs
Into Film Clubs provide opportunities to watch, review and make films.
Animation, Family, Science Fiction and Fantasy
In this stop-motion animation, adapted from the book by Neil Gaiman, 11-year-old Coraline finds a secret passage leading to a parallel version of her life. Beyond the passage, her bedroom is huge, her mum never tells her off and it's always cake for dinner. But is it all too good to be true? Director Henry Selick has created an imaginatively detailed, spooky world, resulting in a rich, multi-layered film for all the family that combines beauty and scares to winning effect.
This resource covers a range of book adaptations on film.
A film guide that looks at Coraline (2009), exploring its key topics and themes through informal discussion.
This is a teaching resource written by CCEA's senior exam team, with Into Film in support of the GCE Moving Image Arts specification.
Help your students learn all about what makes the Must See Movies Before You Grow Up films so thrilling and chilling!
Tim Burton weaves a fantastical tale of a synthetic man with scissors for hands who is discovered and then brought into modern society.
7+ years 105 mins
Brilliantly dark and amusing stop-motion animation - Jack Skellington attempts to change his sinister ways and celebrate Christmas on a huge scale.
7–14 years 74 mins
Available to stream
Adaptation of the popular Roald Dahl book about a girl with sunny self-reliance and special powers who attends a school with a bullying headmistress.
7–14 years 98 mins
Club Leaders can rate films! Help other club leaders decide if this film is suitable for use in their film club by giving it a rating.
In our Autumn Preview, we're taking a look at some of the fantastic films that are still to hit cinemas in 2016 - from stellar sci-fi to sublime animation.
Reading time 4 mins
Our Spring Screenings return in March 2018, with the theme of celebrating Women in Animation, be it traditional or VFX.
Reading time 2 mins
We look at how LAIKA's Kubo and the Two Strings recreates an authentic-yet-fantastic ancient Japan, whilst pushing the boundaries of stop-motion animation.
Reading time 7 mins
Kubo and the Two Strings director Travis Knight takes us exclusively behind the scenes of the new animation, and offers his advice to aspiring animators.
Viewing time 4 mins
To mark Roald Dahl Day and the great storyteller's centenary, we explore his wide-reaching influence and consider what sort of films he might be making today.
Reading time 8 mins
Graduate Teacher Programme coordinator Suzie Pugh highlights the many reasons trainee teachers should use film to support learning.
Reading time 3 mins
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