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Comedy, Coming of Age, Drama
The World Cup in South Africa provides the focus for this uplifting film that will leave even the most disappointed England fan with a warm glow. It begins in Rwanda, with three children so determined to see the Cup, and make their own footballing dreams come true, that they decide to walk the 3000 miles to Johannesburg. This tackles some hard issues associated with Africa such as poverty, AIDS and sex-trafficking, but also celebrates the resilience of the children, the beauty of their continent and the hopes that they share with every child. It's also very funny - a real winner.
A film guide that looks at Africa United (2010), exploring its key topics and themes through informal discussion.
Blend of comedy, sports and kung-fu action in which a team combining soccer skills and kung-fu on the pitch vie for a big tournament prize.
11+ years 99 mins
An uplifting South African film about a 13-year-old talented musician who must earn a place in his new school’s jazz concert.
7–14 years 94 mins
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Actor Roger Nsengiyumva visits Comberton Village College and answers questions from students about his role in the film Africa United.
Viewing time 4 mins
May's leader of the month is Zahra Bei, from Burnside Secondary PRU in London. Here, she talks to us about the many ways using film has benefitted her pupils.
Reading time 2 mins
Disney's new biography, about a girl from Uganda who becomes a chess prodigy, is an inspiring true-story and a triumphantly diverse piece of filmmaking.
Reading time 9 mins
A selection of films that Into Film recommend as good for engaging pupils with varied special educational needs (SEN).
No. of films37
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