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This sweetly uplifting film — the first ever by a female Saudi Arabian director — is about an independent-minded ten-year-old named Wadjda, who won't be pushed around by adults and their ridiculous rules. Wadjda is not to play with Abdullah, because he's a boy and not to ride a bike - she's told it'll stop her having babies...it seems all the things she wants to do, she can't. However Wadjda always finds solutions to her problems. She enters a scripture-reading competition, determined to win the cash prize and buy herself a magnificent green bicycle. Then she'll show Abdullah a thing or two about what girls can and can't do in the so-called man's world of Saudi Arabia.
A resource to inspire children and young people to engage with the themes and ideas of European Day of Languages on...
A resource to inspire and structure debate amongst children and young people.
A film guide that looks at Wadjda (2012), exploring its key topics and themes through informal discussion.
Five orphaned sisters are imprisoned by their family to guard their virtue in preparation to marry them off.
16+ years 97 mins
Warm and original Iranian film about a group of girls prohibited from entering a football stadium who will do whatever it takes to get in.
11+ years 87 mins
Adapted from a brilliantly funny autobiographical graphic novel about a rebellious young girl's experience of revolutionary Iran.
11+ years 91 mins
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Into Film have teamed up with BFI Education to revisit some of the greatest children's films ever made, updating a list collated in 2005 with 15 more classics.
Reading time 8 mins
We take a look at new French-Danish animation Long Way North, and explore how on screen heroines break the mould.
Reading time 7 mins
Reporter Ceyda Interviewed Saara Chaudry, star of new animation 'The Breadwinner', when the film premiered at the London Film Festival 2017.
Viewing time 4 mins
To coincide with the release of He Named Me Malala, explore more films that see women driving positive change.
Reading time 10 mins
Inspired by the success of Greta Gerwig's brilliant new film 'Lady Bird', our curation team look at ten more brilliant debut feature films by female filmmakers.
Reading time 6 mins
Gil Pocas, Head of Spanish at Langley Park School for Girls, explains how film can be a great way to engage young people wary of studying foreign languages.
Reading time 5 mins
Reporter Joe talks to Wadjda director Haifaa Al-Mansour about the difficulties of making the first ever film to come out of Saudi Arabia.
Viewing time 7 mins
We explore Cartoon Saloon's latest animation, based on real events about a young girl in Afghanistan who must disguise herself as a boy.
Reading time 4 mins
Celebrate International Women's Day with our suite of resources, film guides, and video interviews.
Stories that depict great accomplishments and celebrate the incredible feats that filmmakers themselves have achieved with their works over the years.
Exploring the best of world cinema and foreign language titles for primary and secondary ages.
Suitable forAll ages
No. of films39
In celebration of International Women's Day a list of great films for Primary and Secondary ages directed by women
Suitable forAll ages
No. of films31
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