Into Film+ is a brand-new, free* and rights-compliant film streaming service for UK schools. Stream a wide range of classic and new release films directly into your classroom or extra-curricular setting! With additional teaching resources, film guides and exclusive bonus content, Into Film+ brings learning to life.
- Peter Holland, Teacher, Stourport High School, WorcestershireSign Up Now
Film is an incredibly powerful tool for learning, engaging children of all ages and abilities. Into Film+ enables schools to stream films at the click of a button, allowing you to unlock the power of film in the classroom like never before!
Featuring a catalogue of 150+ films that caters to all pupils - with more titles to be added - Into Film+ features timeless classics and exciting new releases to support your teaching of the curriculum, with educational resources and extra wraparound content from leading filmmakers.
Into Film+ provides educators a fantastic, user-friendly tool to aid with lesson planning and enhance their teaching.
I feel as though the whole layout of Into Film+ and the additional resources will be of great use in my teaching. It's easy to use and quick. I think it will really benefit the learning of the students.Gemma Brown, SEN Teacher from Cartmel Priory CofE School, Cumbria
As well as being of huge benefit to learning in the classroom, Into Film+ can also be a fantastic tool for extra-curricular settings. Our Into Film Clubs are a fantastic way of bringing young people together to enjoy film watching and reviewing, while film screenings are the perfect activity to complement any number of other extra-curricular activities or after-school clubs. Streaming a film can also be the ideal activity for periods of wet weather play.
To access Into Film+ you'll need an Into Film Account – it's completely free, and only takes a moment to set up.
You’ll also need a PVS (Public Video Screening) Licence, which can be easily obtained from www.filmbankmedia.com if you don’t already have one.
* Screenings for an entertainment or extra-curricular purpose require a PVS (Public Video Screening) Licence from Filmbankmedia. State-funded schools in England are covered by the PVS Licence.