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The unforgettable Baraka is not a fictional film - but neither is it a documentary in the way that we usually think of the term. Instead, it's a film made up of images of extraordinary moments from around the world. Covering the variety of life on earth from daily religious observances, through to the extreme contrasts of the sublimely beautiful (awe-inspiring snow-capped mountains) alongside images of the very grim (people in extreme poverty scrabbling through rubbish heaps). Along the way, this mass of scenes and spectacles manages to say something hugely important about living on this complex planet today.
A hypnotic and wordless vision of our complex and endangered world, cut to a mesmerising score by composer Philip Glass.
11+ years 86 mins
Haunting film made up of still photographs set after a nuclear war, with scientists trying to send people back through time to find how it happened.
11+ years 28 mins
Poignant and entertaining nature documentary about a year in the life of planet Earth with narration from Patrick Stewart.
7+ years 96 mins
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This brilliant and environmentally aware short film, which follows the life cycle of a sentient balloon, was made by one young filmmaker from Woking, Surrey.
Viewing time 7 mins
Watching and discussing film helps develop emotional understanding, while participating in filmmaking can provide a powerful means of self expression.
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A selection of films that Into Film recommend as good for engaging pupils with varied special educational needs (SEN).
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