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What's New with Into Film Scotland

Into Film is the UK’s leading charity for film in education and a key member of the Glasgow Film Education Alliance. The Into Film Scotland team picks out some of their highlights for the 2020/21 school year and essential links for teachers looking for resources and training on using film in the classroom.

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Programme Notes

Programme Notes: Ellie And Abbie (& Ellie's Dead Aunt)

Ellie and Abbie (& Ellie’s Dead Aunt) programme notes by Lydia Honeybone (she/her/they/them), curator of Queer Classics screenings and GAMIS, a cinema regeneration project.

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Upcoming school screenings for October and November

This October and November, we're offering school screenings for Primary and Secondary schools and all screenings will come with a free From Cinema to Classroom resource.

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Free Online Filmmaking Courses for Glasgow Teachers

​Glasgow Film Education Alliance is proud to present its new set of free online training courses for Glasgow City Council Teachers, available on Connected Learning​.

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GYFF

GYFF 2021 Programme Launched

Glasgow Youth Film Festival 2021 Programme Announced

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Secondary resource: I Lost My Body

​Glasgow Film Education's free "From Cinema to Classroom" school resources are perfect for teachers, students or young film fans who want to hone their skills. Simply download and share with your class. This resource focuses on I Lost My Body, the 2019 French film about a severed hand trying to find its body.

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Secondary resource: Zip and Zap and the Captain's Island

​Glasgow Film Education's free "From Cinema to Classroom" school resources are perfect for teachers, students or young film fans who want to hone their skills. Simply download and share with your class. This resource focuses on Zip and Zap and the Captain's Island, the 2016 Spanish film about two rambunctious scamps who wind up on an island filled with literary characters.

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Secondary resource: I Am Greta

​Glasgow Film Education's free school resources are perfect for teachers, students or young film fans who want to hone their skills. Simply download and share with your class. This resource focuses on I Am Greta, a 2019 documentary about climate activist, Greta Thunberg.

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Secondary resource: Dunkirk

Glasgow Film Education's free "From Cinema to Classroom" school resources are perfect for teachers, students or young film fans who want to hone their skills. Simply download and share with your class. This resource focuses on Dunkirk, a 2017 film by director, Christopher Nolan, capturing the events at Dunkirk from different perspectives.

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Primary resource: Paddington 2

​Glasgow Film Education's free "From Cinema to Classroom" school resources are perfect for teachers, students or young film fans who want to hone their skills. Simply download and share with your class. This resource focuses on Paddington 2, a 2017 film following the further adventures of Paddington Bear in London.

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Secondary resource: Rear Window

Glasgow Film Education's free school resources are perfect for teachers, students or young film fans who want to hone their skills. Simply download and share with your class. This resource focuses on Rear Window, the 1954 classic film directed by Alfred Hitchcock.

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Secondary resource: A Quiet Place

​Glasgow Film Education's free "From Cinema to Classroom" school resources are perfect for teachers, students or young film fans who want to hone their skills. Simply download and share with your class. This resource focuses on A Quiet Place, the 2018 horror film by John Krasinski.

All Monday to Friday shows before 5pm have capacity capped at 50% (unless otherwise stated). All other screenings have full unlimited seating capacity (unless otherwise stated).

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