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Disney's Raya and the Last Dragon | Official Trailer

On March 5, join Raya on her quest to find the last dragon. See Disney's Raya and the Last Dragon in theaters or order it on Disney+ with Premier Access on M...

Art Work inspired by Raya and the Last Dragon

Look out for our Monthly Film Club Starting in February 2022

 

The deadline is approaching for our The Boss Baby 2: Family Business - inspired competition but don’t worry, there’s still time for a last-minute pitch from your pupils to present their writing skills! The successful student will win an iPad and The Boss Baby 2: Family Business merchandise for their class to enjoy! 

To be in with a chance of winning, students should write about a time they worked hard to achieve their goal. They should consider what steps they took to succeed and what obstacles they faced along the way. A reflection on how they felt on their journey to this moment should also be encouraged.  

For full details on how to enter, download our The Boss Baby 2: Family Business - Journey to Success Competition Entry Form. Deadline 19 November 2021Terms and conditions apply

This activity is part of our new The Boss Baby 2: Family Business - Shaping Teams and Shifting Mindsets learning resource created in partnership with DreamWorks Animation to celebrate The Boss Baby 2: Family Business in cinemas on October 22.   

Suitable for 6–11-year-olds, this cross-curricular resource aims to strengthen core subject learning in maths, English, science and PSHE education alongside a wealth of opportunities for class collaboration, and rich, open-ended problem solving to boost students’ personal development and academic attainment. 

THE BOSS BABY: FAMILY BUSINESS | Official Trailer

In the sequel to DreamWorks Animation's Oscar®-nominated blockbuster comedy, the Templeton brothers-Tim (James Marsden, X-Men franchise) and his Boss Baby li...

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Have a go at writing a review

 

Movies are a really powerful experience, and we want to know what your experience of films is.

DANNY LEIGH, FILM CRITIC FOR THE FINANCIAL TIMES AND THE GUARDIAN

Review writing is an integral part of what Into Film do, and something we encourage young people of all ages and abilities to get involved with. Writing critical reviews of films is a fantastic means of improving young people's writing skills, freeing them to flex their literacy muscles in a way that's fun and focuses on creativity rather than perfecting spelling and punctuation, ultimately helping young people to develop a unique voice of their own.

What's more, writing reviews can lead to a deeper understanding of film and storytelling in general, as young people build their analytical skills through discussion of theme, structure and characterisation. They can also check out other people's reviews on our site and become part of a community young reviewers.

Each review posted on our website is read by a member of staff, who will check the review for inappropriate content, language or instances of cyberbullying, to ensure young people can engage safely with reviews by their peers across the UK. In addition, all films included in the Into Film catalogue are expertly curated to ensure they boast appropriate links to curriculum subjects, from English and history to music and science.

Review 500 competition offers a great way to deepen engagement and improve young people's literacy skills. Into Film regularly award prizes for the best reviews, plus winners will have their reviews published on IMDb, the world's largest internet movie database

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