Special events at the 2023 Spring Screenings - Book your places now

02 Feb 2023

4 mins
Into Film Festival 22 - The Woman King screening and Q&A
Into Film Festival 22 - The Woman King screening and Q&A

Our 2023 Spring Screenings programme (6-31 March) promises to be our biggest and best yet, offering hundreds of screenings for both primary and secondary schools across the UK, and all completely free of charge.

As well as the extensive roster of regular screenings, we are delighted to offer an exciting series of special events including guest talks and workshops from the likes of Deaf Talent CollectiveMUBIFilm4The Royal Photographic Society and Sheffield DocFest. Many of the events have been specifically designed to shine a spotlight on the vast range of screen industry careers available to young people, just in time for both National Careers Week (6-11 March) and International Women's Day (8 March).

One particular highlight is a screening of documentary A Story of Bones featuring a talk with the filmmakers and Janique Berryman, the Outreach Officer for our new partners 'The Black Curriculum', which was founded in 2019 to address the lack of Black British history in the UK Curriculum. Check out our recent interview with Lavinya on their mission and how schools can get involved.

Find out more below in our round-up of all the special events with spaces still available, and you can also search directly for an event near you - just enter in your school's postcode.

We are delighted to be partnering with Into Film on this screening of 'A Story of Bones' and more broadly across both our programmes. Our joint aim is to equip young people with a sense of identity, celebrate their Black heritage and allow their history to be told. This film shines a spotlight on an important part of hidden Black British history and is a pertinent topic to launch our partnership.

Lavinya Stennett, Founder and CEO of The Black Curriculum


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North and the Midlands

Northern Ireland

If you can't make this year's Spring Screenings, why not organise your own film screening for your students?

Visit our website and simpy search your location to find cinemas in your area. Complete the form and be put directly in touch with the relevant person who may be able to organise that for you.

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