Into Film Clubs
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It's the beginning of the new school year and that means a new edition of our 'Calendar Dates in Focus' series, which showcases important calendar dates in the upcoming half term where film can prove useful or even essential.
Our round-up below provides a quick and simple snapshot of our best material for each date but we'll be exploring many in greater depth as they approach. For other dates, we're simply flagging them as important ones to have on your radar.
In other October news, look out for a new resource around the film People vs Climate Change later in the month. The documentary follows seven members of the UK's first ever Citizens' Assemby on Climate Change and is a great way to study environmental topics, both generally and in the lead up to COP27 in November.
Please note - some of the above resources are also available in Welsh and you can find out more detail about these on the relevant resource page or by messaging Into Film Cymru at firstname.lastname@example.org
Noder darperir rhai o'r adnoddau hyn yn Gymraeg a gellir dod o hyd iddyn nhw ar y tudalennau adnoddau perthnasol. I wybod mwy neu am gymorth, ebostiwch email@example.com
Our UK-wide Into Film Festival returns from 8-25 November with a host of exciting special events and screenings for young people of all ages.
Reading time 4 mins
Our programme of films, resources and exclusive content allows you to embed this crucial topic in the curriculum throughout the school year.
Reading time 12 mins
For Black History Month 2021, we've brought together teachers and young people to discuss what Black icons from The British Isles should get the film treatment.
Reading time 8 mins
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