Into Film Clubs
Into Film Clubs provide opportunities to watch, review and make films.
Middle school's a nightmare mix of morons, bullies and wedgies for weedy Year 6 student Greg Heffley, in this comical live-action adaptation of the hit book. Greg devises endless schemes to survive the ordeal and shed his nerdy reputation, all of which go awry. Funny and painful by turns, Diary of A Wimpy Kid is a take on pre-teen angst that will appeal to anyone who ever wanted to be the popular kid in school.
This resource will help you to address bullying and its effects with your pupils through the medium of film.
Immensely fun comedy caper, following the Goonies' adventure to find One Eyed Willie's pirate treasure, escape the Fratellis, and save their houses!
11+ years 109 mins
Sequel to the hit film about Greg and how he just about survives life at school and at home...this time, he's forced to hang with his big brother.
7–14 years 95 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.
As young people gear up to return to school, we've selected ten titles about the school experience to enjoy in your film clubs or stream at home.
Reading time 7 mins
We talk to teacher Margarita Acklam about the positive benefits attending the world's biggest youth film festival has had on her students.
Reading time 2 mins
We look at the imaginative, charming and witty new Spanish language adventure, which celebrates the right to play, and champions children who break the mould.
Reading time 5 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
Explore how film can be a wonderful tool for developing emotional understanding and mental wellbeing.
Films acts as a window into the wider world, and offers contexts and points of view that might otherwise be closed to them.
A selection of films that Into Film recommend as good for engaging pupils with varied special educational needs (SEN).
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