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Documentary, Drama, Short Films
Who are we and who are you? Is it the way we speak, the way we look, what we eat or where we live? Where we come from or where we are going to? Titles in this collection: Wenglish, Charming Southwark, The Box, One Man’s Walk, The Power of Black Power, 23 Pieces, Make-Up, Where Did All The Bagel’s Go? Two Men and Their Ponies, Destination Point, Our Ipswich, My Heart Is Where I Am.
This film programme has not been classified by the BBFC. Into Film suggest the films are engaging for ages 7-11.
A selection of French short films aimed at supporting language learning.
7+ years 85 mins
An exciting mix of new short films from around the world suitable for ages 7+ put together by Into Film young programmers.
5–11 years 61 mins
A selection of ten short films made by young people from all over the UK.
5–11 years 59 mins
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