Into Film Festival
The Into Film Festival is the world’s largest free film and education event for schools and 5-19 year-olds across the UK.
The Festival takes place 4-20 November 2015 with a programme that supports teachers in delivering the curriculum, across subject areas, in a dynamic and engaging way. It offers all young people wider life experiences and the chance to immerse themselves in the magic of cinema.
Attendees will have access to over 2,500 free, curricula-linked events, including:
• A cinema screening programme of 150+ film choices
• SEN-accessible screenings
• Live satellite linked events
• Industry meet and greets
• Special speaker and Q&A sessions
• Career information sessions
• Filmmaking workshops
Education resources that support the delivery of the curriculum will be available for free download, to ensure your experience at the Festival is not only fun but provides learning outcomes too. They’ll let you know more about these closer to the time.
Make a booking
With over 520 venues signed up there’s guaranteed to be some events near you! Bookings open early in September with places available on a first come, first served basis.
Register your interest today for the latest news and to be amongst the first to know when bookings go live. You can also follow them on Twitter, Facebook and YouTube.
In the meantime, add the Festival dates of 4-20 November 2015 to your diary!
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