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We're delighted to announce that bookings for our Spring Screenings events are now live! While the Into Film Festival takes place each November, our Spring Screenings offer another chance for schools and young people across the UK to visit the cinema, with a free programme of films and special events taking place across the UK.
This year's Spring Screenings are taking place between 6-31 March 2023, and offer hundreds of screenings for both primary and secondary schools, all completely free of charge. The programme also includes a range of live speakers and special guests who will join us at screenings across the UK for unique introductions and Q&A sessions, and we are also offering large number of autism-friendly screenings. Screenings are open to UK schools and home educators, and remember - it's all completely free!
Bookings are open now, and are on a first-come, first-served basis, so be sure to browse the events and book your places today! Search your school's postcode to find screenings in your area - more events to be released in the coming weeks!
This year, our Spring Screenings programme is curated under the banner of Things to Come. Our exciting collection of films looks toward the future and focuses on progress and evolution, and how these are depicted through film. The last few years have been a turbulent time for young people all over the world, and while progress has often seemed slow and stagnant, it's important to take a step back and look at the positive changes that are nevertheless happening.
Film provides us with the time to immerse ourselves, without distraction, in stories and points of view that we might have missed. As a medium, film can speak to us uniquely, in ways we didn't even know we needed.
Some of the films in this year's Spring Screenings programme include this year's medieval comedy, Catherine Called Birdy; award-winning Scottish feature documentary Ride The Wave; Charlotte, an animation about German-Jewish artist Charlotte Salomon; and the new musical version of a beloved children's favourite in Roald Dahl's Matilda The Musical.
Events are sure to fill up fast, so make sure you book your events as soon as possible to avoid disappointment.
We have added seven classic Film Studies titles to Into Film+, including romantic drama 'Casablanca' and Hitchcock's masterpieces 'Vertigo' and 'Rear Window'
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Throughout this Into Film Festival, special guests have highlighted the many careers in the screen industries and given direct advice to young people.
Reading time 10 mins
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Reading time 6 mins
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