Into Film Clubs
Into Film Clubs provide opportunities to watch, review and make films.
Coming of Age, Drama, Sport
English / Hindi / Punjabi
This feel good comedy set in west London follows the dreams of Jessminder and Jules whose shared passion for football brings them together in a local girls' team. The only problem is that Jess' traditional-minded Indian parents would never approve of such activity - so she spins a series of elaborate yarns in order to not get found out and continue to play. But when her sister Pinky's wedding falls on the same day as a vital match, she's left facing a dilemma over which part of her life should come first. With humour and warmth, the film depicts the unique experiences faced by young British South Asians, and celebrates the joy of sport and the struggles faced by young women in the field.
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Activities to support engagement, debate and reflection for secondary titles within the Comedy Genius strand of the Into Film Festival.
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Vivid, tragi-comic tale about a young Bangladeshi woman who settles in London, trapped in a loveless arranged marriage and isolated in a new country.
14+ years 97 mins
Tough, realistic sporting drama about a teenage girl from a rough New York housing project who wants to be a boxer.
14+ years 106 mins
Available to stream
Tradition causes trouble in a family when a young Maori girl wants to take up what she believes is her rightful place at the head of her tribe.
7–16 years 101 mins
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We suggest Primary and Secondary films you can watch at home for International Friendship Day on July 30, including the streaming services you can find them on.
Reading time 5 mins
We look at Aardman's latest stop-motion comedy 'Early Man' which sees a winner-takes-all football match between Stone and Bronze Age civilizations.
Reading time 6 mins
Reporter Amy talked with Gurinder Chadha, Sarfraz Manzoor, Viveik Kalra, and Aaron Phagura about the power of music and the message behind their new film.
Reading time 9 mins
To mark the release of upcoming historical drama Viceroy's House, in cinemas 3 March, we've created a new History and Citizenship resource.
Reading time 3 mins
Into Film have teamed up with BFI Education to revisit some of the greatest children's films ever made, updating a list collated in 2005 with 15 more classics.
Reading time 8 mins
Professional filmmakers and members of The Academy joined us at the Into Film Festival 2016 to give their top tips on pursuing a career in film.
Viewing time 6 mins
Gurinder Chadha is one of Britain's most celebrated directors. You may know her from Bend It Like Beckham, Bride and Prejudice, and It's a Wonderful Afterlife.
Viewing time 5 mins
We explore how film can be used to instil an awareness of and respect for multiculturalism in pupils, and help to break down cultural barriers.
Reading time 4 mins
To coincide with the release of He Named Me Malala, explore more films that see women driving positive change.
Reading time 10 mins
Teacher Grace Eardley suggests some fun and innovative ways of using film to teach poetry, rendering a potentially tricky subject far more accessible.
Reading time 5 mins
Films acts as a window into the wider world, and offers contexts and points of view that might otherwise be closed to them.
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Suitable forAll ages
No. of films32
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Suitable forAll ages
No. of films29
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