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Throughout the year, we launch many new articles, resources, training courses and collections of films on Into Film+ to coincide with important dates on the academic and general calendar.
Film is uniquely suited to exploring pretty much any subject, and given the huge amount of content on our website, aligning with these dates allows us to release new material and package up existing content in a more useful and convenient way for educators across the UK.
We are also aware that teachers tend to plan ahead, and that it's useful to know the sort of content we will be presenting in as advance as possible. At the beginning of each half-term, we will be highlighting the upcoming dates that we plan to explore in that period, and this edition covers the half-term from March to the beginning of the Easter holidays in April.
For the below dates - whether they already have a set schedule or if they are still being planned - we welcome any feedback from teachers on what you'd like to see us cover and how we can be more useful to you. The information and links below are an easy, at-a-glance way of knowing what's coming up, but rest assured we'll be exploring many of these topics in far more depth, with even more content, as the dates come around.
Before delving into a very busy March, we wanted to once again highlight our Into Film+ programme for February's LGBTQ+ History Month. The curated collection of films, resources and collaborations with expert voices such as Brook and Stonewall highlights the many elements of this crucial topic, and we'd encourage you to explore it with your students in the last few days of this month and throughout the year.
LGBTQ+ cinema is an important, necessary tool for young people to see themselves...
Finally for March, following on from World Mental Mental Health Day in October and LGBTQ+ History Month in February, we'll be launching a brand-new environmental Into Film+ programme titled 'Our Earth' on 29 March. This programme is specifically designed to complement Earth Day on 22 April, giving you plenty of time to prepare your lesson plans.
Now available to stream with Into Film+, 'County Lines' is a powerful and important film for teenagers that highlights a national crisis which affects us all.
Reading time 10 mins
After a brief hiatus in 2021, our annual celebration of young filmmakers, clubs and teachers returns for 2022. Check out all the categories and how to enter.
Reading time 6 mins
Climate change is one of the most pressing issues the world faces today, and is a topic tackled in an increasing number of films, in many varied ways.
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