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As we approach the half-way mark of Black History Month, to complement your classroom debates, we're bringing you our bespoke suite of Black Star resources, designed to complement the BFI's 2016 Black Star season, and which explore and celebrate many facets of the Black experience via the medium of film.
This resource for students aged 12 to 16 examines cultural identity and relationships on film.
This resource examines some great real-life orators from history through film, such as Martin Luther King, Nelson...
This resource focuses on the themes of diversity and equality in two short films to support the BFI's Black Star season.
An assembly to shine a light on Black filmmakers and to inspire young people to tell stories of their own using film.
Make sure to also check out our first piece celebrating Black History Month 2018; a film list on the best of Black-British film.
A note to all educators - Into Film have made the decision to capitalise the B when making any reference to Black people and groups, as will be done with other ethnic group categorisations. This important mark of acknowledgment and respect has been embraced by several high-profile sites and style guides over the last few years and is now an official part of the Gov.UK Writing about Ethnicity Guidelines.
Diversity is something to be celebrated and reflected in film - be it diversity of ethnicity, gender, disability, sexual orientation, or economic status.
The titles in our new film list are made by Black-British filmmakers, or with a focus on the Black-British experience.
Reading time 4 mins
'Big City Stories' is a perfect film to help explore Black History Month, and we have film guides to go with it, for both Primary and Secondary.
Reading time 3 mins
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