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Following in the steps of Street Dance and its sequel, this feel-good British musical comedy sees two teenage friends get a dance group together and stage a talent show in a bid to rescue their much-loved youth club hangout from being demolished by bulldozers. The plucky, resourceful crew encounters many obstacles along the way amid gags and lively street dance sequences enhanced with traditional ballroom – and martial arts! This energetic and entertaining modern-day fable is set in an idealised version of London where noble intentions are sure to save the day.
Activities to support debate, discussion and reflection alongside a screening from the Black Star strand.
Musical comedy, in which a Muppet superfan has to bring the old gang back together to stop a greedy oil salesman demolishing their precious studio.
5–14 years 99 mins
This visually spectacular, dreamlike film from Powell and Pressburger is one of the great classics of British cinema.
11+ years 128 mins
Documentary set in the slums of Brazil's Rio de Janeiro about a hardworking teen hoping he can escape poverty by becoming a top ballet dancer.
11+ years 82 mins
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Want to learn how to dance like the 'All Stars'? Actor and 'Got to Dance' winner Akai is here with some top tips!
Viewing time 2 mins
A film list that showcases the best dance on screen, featuring a range of styles, disciplines, and inspiring stories.
Suitable forAll ages
No. of films26
A selection of films that Into Film recommend as good for engaging pupils with varied special educational needs (SEN).
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