Into Film Clubs
Into Film Clubs provide opportunities to watch, review and make films.
An adaptation of one of the biggest-selling and most talked-about novels of the decade. This powerful story of friendship and betrayal takes place in the country of Afghanistan, beginning in the late 1970s. Although Amir and Hassan are born on different sides of the country's class divide - Amir is well-to-do while Hassan is the son of his father's servant - the two boys are firm friends. But when Amir fails to act to stop Hassan falling into the hands of a local bully, the results destroy their friendship. And as their country too goes through dramatic changes, that one childhood moment comes to haunt the rest of their lives.
A film guide that looks at Hotel Rwanda (2004), exploring its key topics and themes through informal discussion.
A resource to support students to engage with the ideas and issues explored during Refugee Week.
No war is ever without shocking stories, and that much is proved again in this tough but important documentary about the conflict in Afghanistan.
14+ years 108 mins
Drama by a 19-year-old female Iranian director about a girl living in the wreckage of the Buddha statues that Afghanistan's Taliban rulers blew up.
11+ years 81 mins
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We have added nine new titles on Into Film+, including Disney sun & sea adventure 'Luca' and music documentary 'Summer of Soul'
Reading time 3 mins
For Refugee Week, find out how you can use film to help young people understand the wider contexts of current issues.
Reading time 3 mins
Our resources on films such as 'The Breadwinner' and 'He Named Me Malala' can be extremely useful in helping young audiences understand a complex issue.
Reading time 8 mins
Film is the perfect medium to reveal the nuances and human stories behind these groups that are so often mispresented and dehumanised across society.
A selection of films based on classic books and plays frequently studied in the classroom, including titles suitable for all age groups.
Suitable forAll ages
No. of films30
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