• Young reporter applications now open

    6th July, 2015

    We are recruiting 60 new young reporters to be the voice of Into Film — download the application form here.

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  • Into Film at the 69th Edinburgh International Film Festival

    30th June, 2015

    Find out what we've been up to at this year's Edinburgh International Film Festival.

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  • Ewan McGregor talks about his directorial debut at the Edinburgh International Film Festival

    25th June, 2015

    Reporter Chris talks to Ewan McGregor about going behind the camera for the upcoming film adaptation of American Pastoral.

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  • 11-year-old Ranaya reviews Wadjda

    22nd June, 2015

    This week's Review of the Week winner comes from Farley Junior School in Luton - read her glowing review of Saudi Arabian film Wadjda.

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  • The winners of our storyboard competition meet Scorch the Dragon!

    16th June, 2015

    We're thrilled to announce the winners of our Welsh storyboard/filmmaking competition, who were treated to an unforgettable day of dragons and rugby in Cardiff.

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  • Review of the Week: Fantastic Mr. Fox

    15th June, 2015

    This week's Review of the Week winner is 9-year-old Rupsa Old Heath Community Primary School in Colchester, Essex. Read her winning review and encourage your members to enter.

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  • Take part in the Into Film Annual Survey 2015

    11th June, 2015

    To help us continue to improve and expand our service, we want to hear from our members and leaders. Please fill out our annual survey.

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  • Join our free London preview screening of AMY

    11th June, 2015

    In partnership with Altitude and The Phoenix Cinema, we're hosting a preview screening of new documentary AMY along with a Q&A session with the film's BAFTA award-winning director, Asif Kapadia.

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  • Review of the Week: Jurassic Park II: The Lost World

    8th June, 2015

    This week's winner of our Review of the Week competition is 17-year-old Macauley from Beechlawn Special School in Hillsborough, Northern Ireland. Read his winning review and encourage your members to enter.

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  • Robert Grieves visits Weydon Academy in Surrey

    2nd June, 2015

    Rounding off our British Council Shorts tour, animator Robert Grieves spoke to students in Farnham about his playful animation Sausage.

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