Clubs provide opportunities to watch, review and make film. Start yours today.
Action and Adventure, Science Fiction and Fantasy
In many ways Casey is a normal teenage girl, and in many others completely extraordinary. With a curious interest in science she is inspired by the future and the wonders of technology and therefore a perfect recruit for Tomorrowland - a utopian world where visions of the future are created but is now in jeopardy. Finding a special pin that transports her to this futuristic world, Casey is entangled in a high-energy mission to save it and the real world from disaster, with the help of her unusually young recruiter Athena and a disillusioned man who was once one of the great hopes of Tomorrowland.
A film guide that looks at April and the Extraordinary World (2015), exploring its key topics and themes through informal discussion.
When a train crash unleashes all manner of weirdness in their small mid-West town, only a bunch of plucky kids can get things back to normal.
11+ years 107 mins
A spectacular, thrilling story of survival set in the depths of space, with breathtaking, groundbreaking visuals.
11+ years 89 mins
An accident in the science lab lets Makoto travel through time, but soon discovers problems arising from her fun in this witty sci-fi anime.
All ages 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.
These films deal with issues around copyright and IP protection, focusing on issues around adaptations and remakes.
Reading time 7 mins
We support the collective efforts of the industry and UK government to raise awareness of issues relating to copyright infringement.
Stories that depict great accomplishments and celebrate the incredible feats that filmmakers themselves have achieved with their works over the years.
A film list exploring uses of animation in the field of Visual Effects.
No. of films11
Viewing 0 of 0 related items.
Into Film Clubs has now moved from filmclub.org to intofilm.org/clubs
If you already run a film club, or are a member of one, then continue below and use your filmclub.org username and password to log in to your film club's new home on intofilm.org.
Ask your film club leader for your club’s code then continue below and click on the Join Here button. Then follow the simple steps and become a film club member.
If you're an educator working with young people aged 5-19 and are considering starting your very own FREE Into Film Club, then continue below to discover more about the wide range of free films and fantastic benefits available to you.