World Health Day (Key Stage 3)

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Image from Murderball

This film has a few uses of strong bad language

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Murderball (2005) Rating: 15 14+

3.0000 out of 5 2 Votes (Members)
Duration
82 mins
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Canada-set sports documentary that challenges preconceptions about disability.

Image from Napoleon Dynamite

This film has several uses of mild bad language

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Napoleon Dynamite (2004) Rating: PG 11+

3.5000 out of 5 360 Votes (Members)
Duration
88 mins
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Funny, endearing film about a nerdy type of guy with a strange sister, slacker uncle and a couple of pet llamas.

Girl Model (2011) Rating: Unclassified 14+

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77 mins
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Sobering documentary that reveals the degradation and exploitation behind the glossy images of the seemingly glamorous global fashion business.

Milo

Contains sex and nudity and some scenes of a child being struck by his father.

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Milo (2012) Rating: 12 11+

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94 mins
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A gripping, quirky drama about the importance of taking pride in your own identity, no matter what.

Encounters Short Film Festival - Fresh Flix: Shoot From The Hip

This programme has not been certified by the BBFC. Into Film suggest it is engaging for ages 16-19. Please note some of these films contain bad language and sexual references. In particular Damn Girl contains strong language throughout, two scenes of alcohol consumption and one scene of drug use.

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Encounters Short Film Festival - Fresh Flix: Shoot From The Hip (2013) Rating: Unclassified 16+

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62 mins
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Five short films by female directors as part of the Encounters Film Festival

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