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As schools continue to adjust to new ways of working, what better way to cap off another busy year than with a brand new edition of Into Film's Festive Quiz!
This year we've designed a set of 16 questions on a range of seasonal classics and feel-good favourites to get you and your learners into the festive spirit. Each film included can be streamed instantly on Into Film+, the UK's first free* streaming platform designed specifically for UK schools and educational settings. But don't worry, we've ensured each question can be answered without the need to have seen all the films!
This year, the Into Film Festive Quiz includes questions on the following films:
What's more, if you are feeling super-festive, there is also an extra bonus round that features some observational questions taken from Christmas is Coming!, a special selection of archive shorts available on Into Film+, and provided by the BFI National Archive.
To take part, simply download the quiz below (be careful skipping through the PowerPoint as we've provided the answers at the end - take care not to skip too far ahead!) and the corresponding answer sheet for your quizzers to write their answers on. You can also download Welsh language versions of the quiz.
For Into Film Clubs, there are also prizes to be won for reviewing these films as part of our ongoing Review 500 competition, which is running a special Festive edition until Tuesday 14 December. Simply encourage your club members to post reviews of the above films on the relevant film page, and the three best reviewers will win a £30 voucher for a cinema of their choice!
So, enjoy the festive fun, and let us know how your class or Into Film Club get on with the quizzes on our social media channels!
Cofiwch fod croeso i chi hefyd gan ddefnyddio'r fersiwn Gymraeg o'r cwis sydd hefyd ar gael ar y dudalen hon. Pob lwc I chi gyd.
* 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.
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