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  • Oddball and the Penguins is now in cinemas11th February, 2016

    It's a busy week for cinema releases, with underdog tale Oddball and the Penguins, joined by a whole range of films - from male models to zombies.

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  • Kelvin Talks Goosebumps with Young Stars9th February, 2016

    Young reporter Kelvin discovers more about the new film adaptation of Goosebumps with cast members Dylan Minnette, Odeya Rush and Ryan Lee.

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  • The Martian is new to DVD9th February, 2016

    New to order this week is Ridley Scott's The Martian, and the Peter Pan origin story Pan.

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  • Pride and Prejudice and Zombies Cast Talk Brains!5th February, 2016

    Young reporter Georgia meets Lily James, Bella Heathcote, Douglas Booth and Jack Huston, stars of Pride and Prejudice and Zombies.

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  • This week's cinema releases will give you Goosebumps5th February, 2016

    New in cinemas this week is Goosebumps, starring Jack Black as horror author R. L. Stine, alongside British comedy Dad's Army, and Hollywood drama Trumbo.

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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, and register for our free online course.

Find out more

This term's theme is Achievement. Focusing on the successes of the film industry through awards season, and young people's individual achievement and attainment, we'll be looking at achievement not just in the sense of 'winning', but the ability to set a goal and work towards it. Explore the theme further.

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.

Into Film Awards 2016

Entries are open for the Into Film Awards 2016, taking place on Tuesday 15 March 2016. We're looking for the best young filmmakers, film reviewers, film clubs, and most inspirational teachers. Enter here.

Reviews of the week

  • The Lion King

    Holly, 10 January 2016

    The Lion King is probably one of my favourite films…

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  • Catch Me If You Can

    Oliver, 13 January 2016

    Steven Spielberg is my favourite director and has done…

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  • E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial

    Honey, 10 January 2016

    I watched E.T and it was an incredibly good film, the film…

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  • The Lovely Bones

    grace, 13 January 2016

    I loved this film, I think it portrayed a very sensitive…

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  • Moonrise Kingdom

    Stefan, 14 January 2016

    Moonrise Kingdom This was a compelling film about…

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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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