Free film resources streamed directly to the classroom

Using film in the classroom can be incredibly powerful and Into Film’s new streaming service Into Film+ has a range of short and feature length resources tailored specifically for teaching. We find out more, including how Into Film helps schools with licensing and copyright obligations


Film can be used to enhance teaching and learning in a huge range of subjects, ranging from English and science to PSHE and humanities.

Film is also powerful when used to disseminate important messaging around issues such as anti-bullying, mental health, online safety, and Black History Month.

Feature films can provide inspiration and memorable education moments while the strategic use of short clips can provide a catalyst for discussion and debate, sparking imagination and creativity.

For decades, Into Film has been helping schools to access short clips and feature films that bring learning to life. Its well-curated and contextualised catalogue of films of educational and cultural value, accompanied with lesson plans and teacher resources, have been enjoyed by millions of pupils and the charity’s film clubs are a much-loved fixture of extra-curricular activities across the country.

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