Lights, camera, action!
Into Film, a charity which promotes film and filmmaking among children and young people, has a fantastic free resource to offer schools wanting to set up their own film club.
Film clubs are a great way to get children and young people together to watch, discuss and review films. It boosts literacy skills, critical thinking and creativity.
Who is eligible?
State-funded schools and colleges, as well as non-school settings such as youth clubs, cinemas and libraries, in the UK can join Film Club.
What do you get?
You will have access to over 4,000 films, including world cinema, classics and blockbusters, suitable for all age groups.
Clubs are offered support in filmmaking and have access to free classroom resources on the Into Film website.
Teachers can access CPD days which provide additional knowledge in filmmaking and learning through film.
How do I join?
Simply register your details on the Into Film website. Here you’ll find all the information you need to get your club started and make most out of it. Once the induction session is complete, you will be set up with your own club page where you will be able to order films and browse the website in depth. Additionally, you will be sent an induction pack and a tube of posters that can be used to advertise the club around your school.