Into Film Clubs
Into Film Clubs provide opportunities to watch, review and make films.
Period and Historical
Charles Dickens' much-loved tale of a boy growing up in a brutal workhouse for the poor who later ends up living with a gang of pickpockets has been filmed many times - but this black-and-white classic is the most captivating of all the versions. Early Victorian London comes vividly to life as a place at once terrifying and fascinating, home to all manner of residents - from the evil Bill Sikes to the villainous Fagin and the courageous and good-hearted Nancy.
Iconic story about three London children moving to the country after their father is falsely imprisoned, forced to live in poverty in rural Yorkshire.
7–14 years 106 mins
Musical version of the famous Charles Dickens novel about the adventures of a Victorian orphan who falls in with a London street gang.
5–14 years 139 mins
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Assistant Headteacher and club leader Simon Pile discusses how film brought him closer to the events of the past, and how it can do the same for your students.
Reading time 3 mins
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