Into Film Clubs
Into Film Clubs provide opportunities to watch, review and make films.
What were you doing on 24 July 2010? Don’t remember? Well, thousands of people do because they were filming their lives and submitting the results to Kevin MacDonald via YouTube. He and his team then pieced together hundreds of moments to create this fascinating snapshot of life on earth in the early 21st century. There’s not much that would make the news, but there’s a lot that’s touching or just brings out the nosey parker in us all. And the production team have done an incredible job to make it look like a proper - and often beautiful – very watchable movie.
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A film guide that looks at Britain on Film (Secondary), exploring its key topics and themes through informal discussion.
A film guide that looks at Teenage (2013), exploring its key topics and themes through informal discussion.
This resource is to help teachers to guide learners through the process of creating a film essay.
Haunting film made up of still photographs set after a nuclear war, with scientists trying to send people back through time to find how it happened.
Tragic tales set in Morocco, Mexico, the US and Japan entwine in this intense drama about a world ever-more-connected, but still culturally divided.
A hypnotic and wordless vision of our complex and endangered world, cut to a mesmerising score by composer Philip Glass.
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Producer Liza Marshall talks to London students about the film Life in a Day.
Viewing time 7 mins
We explore how film can be used to instil an awareness of and respect for multiculturalism in pupils, and help to break down cultural barriers.
Reading time 4 mins
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