Into Film Clubs
Into Film Clubs provide opportunities to watch, review and make films.
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Aisha and Ali are siblings who live near the ocean and join their father on regular fishing trips. However, over the years, they notice a change in the environment. They can no longer see the creatures under the sea and often return empty-handed from their trips. They realise that it’s because of all the plastic pollution around them which gives Aisha an idea: to build their own colourful dhow boat from recycled material and use it to spread the word about reducing waste. This African animation is an accessible and vibrant story which is suitable for introducing themes around recycling and pollution to very young audiences.
Available to stream
In a harsh Arctic landscape, a starving polar bear must decide whether a grizzly bear she meets is her food or her friend.
7–14 years 12 mins
Poignant and entertaining nature documentary about a year in the life of planet Earth with narration from Patrick Stewart.
7+ years 96 mins
Environmental documentary from a filmmaker attempting to find existing solutions to the climate crisis to provide a better world for his daughter.
7–14 years 92 mins
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Acclaimed animation 'Migrants' leads February's new short film additions to Into Film+, with 20 more titles now available to stream.
Reading time 2 mins
Our environmentally themed programme of films, resources, and exclusive content can help you initiate conversations around this crucial topic in the classroom.
Reading time 6 mins
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