Video: Following on from Oxfam's visit yesterday, the FILMCLUB Schools Team have taken an in depth look at the films from our World Food Day topic and accompanying free resource.

Profile: Our FILMCLUB Schools Team, with a little help from some great FILMCLUB members, give their reviews on some of the films highlighting the issues surrounding World Food Day, including Black Gold and Supersize Me. World Food Day is a fantastic initiative aimed at raising awareness of the plight of economically deprived countries.

How can you help?

After engaging with World Food Day (October 16th) through our films and webcasts we recommend you join Oxfam's Grow Campaign - a project to help grow food more fairly and sustainably.


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What to watch on World Food Day

  • Thur 27 September 2012 (suitable for Secondary clubs) The FILMCLUB schools team take an in depth look at World Food Day

    Thur 27 September 2012 (suitable for Secondary clubs) The FILMCLUB schools team take an in depth look at World Food Day

    Katy and Will from the Schools Team introduce FILMCLUB members' reviews of Black Gold and Super Size Me, highlighting the issues around World Food Day.

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