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  • The Penguins of Madagascar travel to South Yorkshire... sort of1st April, 2015

    To celebrate the home video release of Penguins of Madagascar, we sent some real life penguins to a school in South Yorkshire.

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  • Reporter Lily talks high-school with The Duff actor Bella Thorne1st April, 2015

    Our reporter Lily sat down with The Duff actress Bella Thorne to discuss the empowering nature of the new high-school comedy.

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  • Harry interviews the stars at the Empire Awards 20151st April, 2015

    We sent reporter Harry to the red carpet of the 20th annual Empire Awards to interview all the filmmaking talent as they arrived.

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  • Interstellar travels to DVD this week30th March, 2015

    This week sees Christopher Nolan's epic sci-fi Interstellar make its way to DVD, along with Penguins of Madagascar and more!

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  • Election 2015 - debate about democracy with these films27th March, 2015

    With the small matter of a general election taking place on May 7, now's a perfect time to explore democracy in your film club.

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What the stars say...

  • Steven Spielberg

    What you're doing at FILMCLUB is really amazing."

    Steven Spielberg

  • Mike Leigh

    It would have been great to have a film club at school. I think it's very good news. FILMCLUB is a very inventive, far-sighted and original project. I think it's wonderful and it opens up all kinds of doors."

    Mike Leigh

  • Michael Sheen

    Films have educated me as much as school has and I think something like FILMCLUB is absolutely brilliant. It's such a wonderful project and has the potential to empower and inspire so many young people. It's a privilege to be involved."

    Michael Sheen

  • Renée Zellweger

    FILMCLUB is exquisite, genius and invaluable. What a concept!"

    Renée Zellweger

What our members and teachers say…

  • Lily, 17

    Lily, 17 Townley Grammar School

  • Ian, 16

    Ian, 16 Knightswood Secondary School

  • Traci Telford

    Traci Telford Millisle School

Into Film CPD

Our CPD programme emphasises film as a teaching tool to encourage deep and active learning, and facilitate young people taking control of their own learning processes. Explore our full offer and see what training sessions are available in your area.

Find out more

Join Into Film this term on a journey from Cyberspace to Outerspace as we explore the use of science and technology in film and film production. Discover more here.

What's on offer

See: Choose from over 3500 fantastic films from our curated catalogue. Browse, search by topic or discover new arrivals.

Think: Our curriculum linked and enhancement resources will help you learn through and about film.

Make: You'll get all the support and inspiration you need to pick up a camera and start shooting.

Imagine: Explore our behind the scenes section to hear from some of the biggest names in film.

Make Film - Greatest Generation

Explore life in the UK 1930-60 by helping 7-11 year olds interview members of their local community, and use curated archive footage to make a short documentary with our Make Film - Greatest Generation project.

Reviews of the week

  • Inkheart

    Amy, 9 March 2015

    I really enjoyed this film as it made me think twice…

  • Dustbin Baby

    Ranaya, 11 March 2015

    I love this film! I love the way Aprils story clings…

  • Dustbin Baby

    Hassan, 8 March 2015

    The film was called the dustbin baby i liked this film…

  • Oliver!

    Layla, 10 March 2015

    Oliver brings you to the sad life of a small boy who goes…

  • Rear Window

    Ava, 10 March 2015

    What a film............ This film made me jump,squeel,shout…


From Cyberspace to Outerspace: Science and technology on film

Throughout this term we'll be running From Cyberspace to Outer Space, a season charting the uses of science and technology in film

Start using film to get young people excited about STEM subject learning.

It’s gonna be a really tough project, you’re gonna have to use your head, your brain and your mind too.

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