Classic film with musical scenes about nanny Mary Poppins, who is full of common sense but friends with talking animals and dancing chimney sweeps.
This fabulous musical about the firm but fair nanny blown in by a gust of wind remains timeless, its inclusion of the suffragettes as part of the story providing just one way for this practically perfect film to be used in the classroom.Read more
From Up On Poppy Hill(2011)
A beautiful animation about a group of teens trying to save their beloved clubhouse from demolition, set around the 1964 Olympics in Tokyo.
This beautiful animation from Studio Ghibli is about a group of teens trying to save their beloved clubhouse from demolition, set around the 1964 Olympics in Tokyo. A brilliant film for encouraging debate around social and political issues amongst younger students.Read more
Two plucky kids attempt to save their beloved youth club by staging an exciting and energetic street dance show!
The campaign to save a clubhouse is also the focus of this fab British musical. Staging their own all-singing, all-dancing show to help raise awareness, the plucky, resourceful youth club members encounter many obstacles along the way amid gags and lively street dance sequences enhanced with traditional ballroom – and martial arts!Read more
A faithful animated retelling of the classic story by novelist George Orwell that sees farm animals split into conflicting groups.
This animated version of George Orwell’s novel has long been a favourite amongst Into Film members of all ages. The story of a group of pigs on a formerly prosperous farm that has fallen on hard times can be treated as innocent entertainment, but also as an entry point into some more serious issues.Read more
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Hilarious and accessible Marx Brothers comedy which also works as a political satire. The perfect choice for your club's first black-and-white film.
The world of slapstick comedy has a rich history of combining huge laughs with subtle political messages. This Marx Brothers classic is a great example; the story of a shambolic dictator leading his country of Freedonia to a senseless war is both topical, but also full of belly laughs for all ages.Read more
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