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The tragic love story of Romeo and Juliet, reimagined for 1950s New York. Originally a Broadway play, West Side Story was later adapted for film and sets the scene for the star-crossed lovers in the city streets where bitter gang warfare rages between the Jets and the Sharks. Caught up in the struggle are Tony and Maria, who fall in love despite coming from opposite sides of the conflict. The themes are as relevant now as in the '50s - street crime, tensions around immigration, the American dream - and some amazing songs and dance routines make this a dazzling spectacle.
This resource provides guidance on planning a Shakespeare-themed screening with your class or club.
This assembly explores William Shakespeare's life and works, and how they've translated to the screen.
A resource for Dance students to plan their final presentation and engage in effective critical analysis of the Set Work.
A selection of activities to support analysis and creation of film soundtracks.
An account of the relationship between a man from a Pakistani family and a woman from Glasgow's Irish Catholic community, from Ken Loach.
16+ years 100 mins
Brat Pack 80s actress Molly Ringwald plays a poor girl with offbeat style who falls for a rich kid, while others frown on the social divide.
14+ years 92 mins
Loud and colourful adaptation of Shakespeare's classic play about two star-crossed lovers from bitterly feuding families.
11+ years 115 mins
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With the release of Oscar front-runner La La Land, we look at the dynamic history of the screen musical, and the way La La Land draws upon the genre's heritage.
Reading time 4 mins
We look at how 'Menashe' encourages empathy and cultural understanding through a relatable story of fathers and sons in the Hasidic Jewish community.
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
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
As integral part of film, we're celebrating Music Day on June 21 by curating a selection of our music-related resources and content.
A film list that celebrates the power of music to express identity and bring people together.
Suitable forAll ages
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