European Day of Languages

La Famille Bélier
La Famille Bélier

Ages

7+

Duration

Medium (5-11 activities)

Nation

England, Wales, Scotland, Northern Ireland

Related calendar events

European Day of Languages
26 September

This resource contains a guide to seven films, which have been specially selected to be accessible to learners aged 7-19. The guides include discussion questions and activity ideas to encourage learners to ask and answer questions about films that reflect different cultures and ways of life around the world. The flims and languages featured in the resources are; Wadjda (Arabic), La Famille Belier (French), Max Minsky und Ich/ Max Minsky and Me (German), La Juala de Oro/ The Golden Dream (Spanish), Goodbye Lenin! (German) and Carlitos y el Campo de los Suenos/ Carlitos and the Chance of a Lifetime (Spanish).

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Girlhood centres on rebellious French teenager Marieme, as she quits school
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Girlhood interview with director Celina Sciamma

Director Celina on why young people should watch foreign language films.

Duration: 3:11 mins

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Wadjda interview with director Haifaa Al-Mansour

Haifaa talks about the conditions she overcame to make her feature film.

Duration: 7:12 mins

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Languages

Arabic

French

German

Spanish

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