Into Film Youth Made Shorts - Wellbeing (Primary)

Into Film Youth Made Shorts - Wellbeing (Primary)
Into Film Youth Made Shorts - Wellbeing (Primary)

Year

2015

Duration

59 minutes

Genres

Action and Adventure, Animation, Documentary, Drama, Science Fiction and Fantasy, Short Films

Language

English

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Synopsis

Wellbeing is a broad theme, hence the five subheadings: emotional wellbeing, physical health, body image, relationships and anti-bullying. Films explore physical disability, transition, self-esteem, body image, social anxiety to name but a few. They will evoke discussion as to whether they can be categorised into more than one subheading. Titles in this collection: Timmy’s Garden, Theo’s Worries, The Boy Who Stayed In, Personal Demons, Paul’s Story, Living With Dyslexia, One Man’s Walk, Make Up, Paper Dolls, The Firebird and The Volcano, Can You Teach A Worm To Tango? Jigsaw Jennie, Be A Little Boulder, The Stammurai, Ghost Story.

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This film programme has not been classified by the BBFC. Into Film suggest the films are engaging for ages 5-11.

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