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With his unruly mop of curly hair, bad glasses and strange clothes, Napoleon Dynamite does not fit the mould of a popular kid in school. Add his strange brother, slacker uncle and a couple of pet llamas, and he is about as far from cool as you can get. But in this funny and endearing film, Napoleon shows how if you refuse to be labelled as a loser, you can eventually win on your terms.
This resource uses film to explore body image issues with students aged 11-16.
A resource to inspire and structure debate amongst children and young people.
Charming, offbeat New Zealand comedy about the awkward romance between a put-upon burger flipper and a nerdy videogame store assistant.
14+ years 84 mins
Quirky black comedy about a teenager who's useless in the classroom but king of extra-curricular activities falling for his refined teacher.
14+ years 91 mins
Hilarious highschool comedy about a group of social outcasts who are shocked to be invited to a big end of year party - though there is a catch...
16+ years 113 mins
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We explore new Irish drama Sing Street, and the way active participation in film and music can help young people navigate difficult times.
Reading time 7 mins
Film can be a wonderful tool for developing emotional understanding and mental wellbeing, while the act of filmmaking can provide a powerful means of
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