Into Film Clubs
Into Film Clubs provide opportunities to watch, review and make films.
This moving documentary is about a class of 12 and 13 year olds in the small American town of Whitewell, Tennessee. Having learned about the horrors of the Holocaust, they understandably find it impossible to comprehend the scale of events which saw six million Jews killed by the Nazis during the Second World War. In order to try and increase their understanding of the tragedy, they set about collecting six million paperclips, with every one becoming a small but profound tribute to a life lost.
An assembly focused on Woman in Gold (2015) exploring the 2017 Holocaust Memorial Day theme 'How can life go on?'
Harrowing account of the Jewish concentration camp prisoners forced to counterfeit money for the Nazis, and the horrors of the inmates around them.
14+ years 94 mins
The horror of the Holocaust is brought sensitively to life in this harrowing but essential true story of one man's struggle to survive.
14+ years 142 mins
A young writer in New York gets drawn into an intense friendship with a fragile, haunted Polish war survivor and her volatile lover.
14+ years 144 mins
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Teacher Kathy Mather shares how she uses film to educate her pupils about the impact of the Holocaust and the lives of the survivors.
Reading time 5 mins
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