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Starring a finalist from the French version of talent show The Voice, La Famille Bélier is a sweet comedy-drama about Paula, a hearing girl born into a deaf family who discovers she has a gift for singing. Encouraged by her music teacher to pursue her talent by applying for an exclusive music school in Paris, her decision is complicated by her family’s reliance on her to help them communicate with the hearing world. Unable to experience their daughter’s gift, her parents try to be supportive despite their fear of losing their translator.
A resource to inspire children and young people to engage with the themes and ideas of European Day of Languages on...
This film-focused resource enables you to explore ideas of identity, voice and self-expression with your students.
A film guide that looks at La Famille Bélier (2014), exploring its key topics and themes through informal discussion.
Musical comedy with humour, drama and plenty of girl power!
11+ years 107 mins
Wheelchair-bound Lars and Philip and their blind mate Jozef, all in their twenties, embark on a coming of age journey to end their virginity.
14–16 years 109 mins
One of the most entertaining documentaries in years, this follows the 10-15 year-old contestants in the Junior version of the Eurovision Song Contest.
7–16 years 93 mins
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A film list that explores films to support MFL language learning, focusing on French, Spanish and German language films.
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