Into Film Clubs
Into Film Clubs provide opportunities to watch, review and make films.
Animation, Comedy, Family
Everyone knows that The Grinch is notoriously grumpy, but how and why did he get that way? This animated version of the Dr. Seuss classic seeks to answer that question, returning to his childhood and the sense of abandonment he felt at having to watch other children in his community celebrating their holidays with their loved ones. Shutting himself away in a cave, he decides one day that he can no longer block Christmas out: he needs to steal it instead! Meanwhile, Cindy-Lou, a young-girl in the nearby village of Whoville is determined to meet Santa Claus, teaming up with a group of friends to track him down. But what dastardly plans does The Grinch have in store? This is a bright, colourful take on the well-known story, combining tremendous fun with gentle messages around family, kindness, and community.
The resource helps to engage students aged 7-14 with English literacy, PSHE, Design & Technology learning, all through creative tasks.
After a long year, enjoy watching some festive classics and have fun testing your club members with our Christmas Quiz!
Activities to support engagement, debate and reflection for primary titles in the Language & Creativity strand of the Into Film Festival.
Activities to support engagement, debate and reflection for secondary titles in the Language & Creativity strand of the Into Film Festival.
Will the dreaded Were-Rabbit ruin the duo's chances at the annual Giant Vegetable Fete? Much-loved stop-motion animation from Aardman.
All ages 81 mins
Available to stream
Animated version of the classic Christmas tale in which a miserly old man is visited by three ghosts at Christmas, with life changing results.
7–14 years 91 mins
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Today we celebrated the opening of the 6th annual Into Film Festival, marked by five simultaneous screenings of Illumination’s Dr Seuss’ 'The Grinch'.
Viewing time 4 mins
Children of the Snow Land documents the world's longest walk home from school whilst The Grinch leads this week's new DVD releases.
Reading time 4 mins
Also in cinemas are 'Wildlife' and 'They Shall Not Grow Old', with 'Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom', 'Faces Places' and 'Uncle Drew' released on DVD.
Reading time 3 mins
Check out all the dazzling winning inventions that were sent to us as part of our recent Grinch competition - you'll definitely wish some of them were real!
Reading time 5 mins
With bookings going live for the 2019 Into Film Festival, an Islington Primary school presents the positive ways that the Festival has impacted their students.
Reading time 8 mins
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