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Below you can read and download our most recent evaluations and reports exploring and assessing both Into Film's wider activity, and the impact of specific projects.
Into Film commissioned SQW between 2018-23 to undertake an evaluation of our programme of work. The evaluation sought to explore the outcomes generated by Into Film's activity for children and young people in formal and informal learning and education settings.
This report marks the end of that five-year evaluation. It seeks to consider the extent to which Into Film's programme of work has achieved its expected outcomes, met its mission statement and supported key themes outlined in the British Film Institute's (BFI) National Lottery Strategy.
This report also explores how Into Film has adapted and evolved over the timescales of the evaluation, and considers ways in which Into Film could continue to grow and strengthen its offer going forward.
The Into Film Festival is the largest free film festival for young people in the world.
After two years of pandemic-related disruption and restrictions, we were delighted to be back to full capacity in November 2022. The festival remains Into Film's flagship audience development event - a mass-scale initiative that has seen over three million young people and teachers heading into UK cinemas for free since 2013.
An evaluation of our Northern Ireland Screen-funded ScreenWorks programme over the period of 2020-22. ScreenWorks provides work experience opportunities for young people aged 14-19 to learn about careers across film, television, gaming, animation and visual effects.
Carried out by Brian Stratford & Associates, this evaluation measures the impact of the programme during and after the COVID-19 pandemic.
Independent evaluation reports for Film for Learning, our Paul Hamlyn Foundation-funded research project.
The project developed teachers and senior leaders, transforming teaching through film literacy and filmmaking training, resources and support.
By embedding film in the primary curriculum, schools saw a positive impact on pupils' literacy and 21st-century literacy skills.
An evaluation of the second edition of Into Film's Moving Minds project, funded by ICAP Charity Day and supported by the Pinewood Studios Group, which gave young people aged 11-19 the opportunity to work with professional filmmakers to make short films around the subject of mental health.