Into Film Clubs
Into Film Clubs provide opportunities to watch, review and make films.
These six short films have been carefully curated to speak to students who may have SEND (Special Educational Needs and Disabilities), giving them a platform to discuss their feelings and help them thrive in a learning environment.
The titles, a mixture of primary and secondary, focus on issues around friendship, kindness, family and have a particular focus on sensory issues, examining what the senses are and how we can control them to our benefit.
My Brother Luca (2019, 10 mins, 7-14)
A girl narrates the everyday life of her younger brother, comparing his autism to superpowers.
The Present (2014, 5 mins, 7-14)
A teenage boy is gifted a puppy by his mother, but it isn’t to his liking.
Mogu & Perol (2018, 9 mins, 5-14)
Two colourful woodland creatures have their friendship tested when they try to share food with each other.
Louis' Shoes (2020, 6 mins, 7-14)
An autistic eight-year-old boy introduces himself to his new school class.
Senses (2019, 6 mins, 7-16)
A split-screen animation about two men: one who is in a world without colour while the other lives in a place without sound.
Overload (2019, 5 mins, 11-16)
An autistic young man struggles with the pressures and anxieties of travelling on the London Underground.
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