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How does a slacker get his head round the financial necessity of a job? That's the dilemma facing unemployed rock guitarist Dewey Finn in this vibrant and uplifting comedy. Deciding to masquerade as a supply teacher at an exclusive private school, he proceeds to educate the privileged pupils on the joys of rock. But the kids have such musical talent that Dewey is convinced they can help him return to the spotlight. So instead of regular lessons, the youngsters form a group - which Dewey then secretly enters in a prestigious 'Battle of the Bands'.
A film guide that looks at Felix (2013), exploring its key topics and themes through informal discussion.
This unusual rockumentary follows the adventures of Heavy Load, a punk band with a difference - all its members have some form of disability.
11+ years 91 mins
Funny and inventive film about a couple of video store clerks who decide to remake some classic films.
11+ years 97 mins
An uplifting South African film about a 13-year-old talented musician who must earn a place in his new school’s jazz concert.
7–14 years 94 mins
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Film club leader Daniel Spurr details how his club has benefited the students' social skills and life, and offers tips and tricks he's picked up along the way.
Reading time 4 mins
Into Film's CPD and Resources coordinator Samantha discusses how film can be an excellent tool to help educators manage successful transitions for young people.
Reading time 9 mins
Book now to join us on Music Day (June 21), when we'll be hosting several free music-themed film screenings, including Felix, School of Rock, and Fantasia.
Reading time 2 mins
We talk to Andrew Denton, our Leader of the Month for June, and his club members, who each reveal why they love watching a wide range of films in their club.
Reading time 7 mins
A selection of films which encourage a love of learning and examine different aspects of school life.
Suitable forAll ages
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