Into Film Festival Guide: ages 14-16

Young people watching old film in a club
Young people watching old film in a club

Ages

14–16

Duration

Short (1-4 activities)

Nation

England, Wales, Scotland, Northern Ireland

This resource is to help you, your students or youth group get the most out of the unique cinema experience of attending an Into Film Festival screening.

We have created this guide, which includes some quick and easy-to-use discussion tools for before and after any film screening. The activities will get young people thinking about their Festival film in a variety of ways and will spark some lively discussions that will enhance their understanding and appreciation of film. As they dig deeper into the film and the cinema experience, young people will also have the opportunity to voice their personal opinions about a range of topics associated with film and the cinema.

 

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