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A timeless family musical and one of cinema's much loved productions, The Wizard of Oz sees young Dorothy Gale longing to escape black-and-white drudgery on a Kansas farm, for a life 'Somewhere Over The Rainbow'. During a dramatic tornado her wish comes true as she and her dog Toto are carried off into the sky. Suddenly in Oz, life is Technicolor bedazzlement. In a bid to return to Kansas, new friends Tin Man, Scarecrow and Cowardly Lion help her fend off the Wicked Witch to reach the Emerald City and the wonderful but never-before-seen Wizard of Oz.
This From Silent to CGI: A Brief History of Cinema teaching resource tracks the progress of cinema from the 1800s to the present day.
A film guide that looks at Inside Out (2015), exploring its key topics and themes through informal discussion.
A film guide that looks at The Boy Who Turned Yellow (1972), exploring its key topics and themes through informal discussion.
A film guide that looks at The Wizard of Oz (1939), exploring its key topics and themes through informal discussion.
This 1925 slapstick version of L Frank Baum's novel takes a very different approach from the more famous version starring Judy Garland.
All ages 98 mins
The Princess Bride takes apart the traditional damsel-in-distress story and puts it back together again. A classic for children of all ages.
7+ years 94 mins
This epic fantasy adventure that sees a lonely boy suddenly become a character in a weird and wonderful book he has started to read.
7–16 years 92 mins
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May's Leaders of the Month, Jess and Jen from Abbey Catholic Primary School, Birmingham, talk to us about the positive impact filmmaking has had on their club.
Reading time 4 mins
Into Film Ambassador Michael Sheen reveals how films adapted from classic literature inspired him to learn outside the classroom.
Reading time 5 mins
To celebrate International Music Day (21 June), our new review competition asks young people to review films with a focus on music, from Fantasia to La La Land.
Reading time 3 mins
A film list exploring uses of animation in the field of Visual Effects.
No. of films11
A film list that celebrates the special bond between humans and their canine companions on the big screen.
No. of films20
A selection of films celebrating diversity and multiculturalism, at home and abroad.
Suitable forAll ages
No. of films24
A selection of films that Into Film recommend as good for engaging pupils with varied special educational needs (SEN).
No. of films37
A glossary of some of the most frequently used terms in Film Language, with examples and key-codes from classic films to help demonstrate their meaning.
No. of films31
A diverse selection of films that celebrate the importance of friendship across ages and generations.
Suitable forAll ages
No. of films32
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