Featuring guest speakers from the film industry and supported by free curriculum-linked resources, IntoFilm aims to help educators bring learning to life for 5-19 year olds by inspiring young people to watch and understand film in new and creative ways.
This year’s Into Film Festival takes place from 8-24 November!
The Into Film Festival is the world’s largest free film and education event for young people presenting 3,000 free cinema screenings, and showcasing over 140 films at more than 600 venues across the UK
- Special screening of Captain Underpants with interactive talk from BBFC about the classification process, showing at Leeds Town Hall
- Interactive screening of Matilda where audience members each receive a scratch card overlaid with 10 encapsulated odours to open at points in the film, showing at Leeds Town Hall
- Screening of Roald Dahl’s Revolting Rhymes followed by educational talk from Magic Light Pictures on the animation process, at Leeds Town Hall
- Autism-friendly screening of Ballerina at Showcase Leeds
- Spanish films Zip and Zap and the Marble Gang and The Olive Tree at the Cervantes Institute, and French film My Life as a Courgette (with themes of mental health and bulllying) at Home
- Autism-friendly screenings of films including Lego Ninjago, Zootropolis and The Nut Job 2: Nutty By Nature
- Free screenings of a wide selection of films for all ages including, among others: Beauty and The Beast (2017), Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children, Cars 3 (3D), Queen of Katwe, Close Encounters of the Third Kind, Sing, Wonder Woman, An Inconvenient Sequel: Truth to Power, Murder on the Orient Express, I, Daniel Blake, Kong: Skull Island, Dunkirk and Their Finest.
- Dhanak (Rainbow) an Indian film with discussion hosted by Oxfam focusing on global citizenship
- Battle of the Sexes (12a) Pupil Premiere.
ACROSS THE UK:
There are loads more screenings across the UK.