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  • Hope meets the cast of Alice Through The Looking Glass25th May, 2016

    Young reporter Hope attended the red carpet premiere of Alice Through The Looking Glass, starring Johnny Depp, Anne Hathaway, Mia Wasikowska, Sacha Baron Cohen and Alan Rickman.

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  • Oscar winner Spotlight is new to DVD23rd May, 2016

    New to order is the Oscar-winning drama Spotlight featuring Michael Keaton and Rachel McAdams, alongside The Big Short, Victoria, Desert Dancer, and The Assassin.

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  • Sing Street is new in cinemas this week20th May, 2016

    A busy week for cinema releases, with Irish coming-of-age comedy Sing Street joined by a whole range of films - from X-Men to Hologram for .

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  • Grace Reviews X-Men: Apocalypse18th May, 2016

    To mark the release of X-Men: Apocalypse, we sent young reporter Grace to a special screening of the film, read her review here.

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  • Creed is new to DVD17th May, 2016

    Rocky Balboa is back in sports drama Creed on DVD this week, alongside the moving drama The Danish Girl.

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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 Training

Our programme emphasises film as a teaching tool to encourage deep and active learning, and facilitates young people taking control of their own learning. See what training sessions are available in your area below.

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Our summer term theme is Respect, and we’ll be encouraging you to celebrate it in many different ways - respect for the world, respect for IP, and respect for each other. It is a value that underpins all of the work we do. Film works through collaboration, community, and understanding, and mutual respect for each other is integral in making it such an important medium and tool for learning. Explore the theme further

What's on offer

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

Our curriculum linked and enhancement resources will help you learn through and about film, while our suite of club resources will help you get the most out of your club.

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

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

Club Resources

Make the most out of your Into Film Club with this suite of resources, including our starter pack, review writing stimulus, guides to running your own film festival, and more.

Behind The Scenes

Reviews of the week

  • Big Hero 6

    Katie, 6 May 2016

    This was a very funny movie. Baymax looked like a big,…

  • My Neighbour Totoro

    Karola , 9 May 2016

    I honestly loved my neighbour Totoro because Totoro…

  • Inside Out

    cassandra, 11 May 2016

    I really liked this movie because it was fun to watch…

  • Edward Scissorhands

    Jasmine, 14 May 2016

    I love this film as it is funny and interesting and reflects…

  • Captain America: Civil War

    jonathan, 14 May 2016

    Me and my pal Oliver went to go and see Captain America…


Film of the Month

Film of the Month is an open filmmaking competition running throughout the year - with no deadlines - providing opportunities for young people aged 5 to 19 to enter their short films for consideration.

Find more details and enter your films here.

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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