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We would like to say a big thank you to all of the thousands of teachers that have worked with us. Read more...


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Winners of Young Film Critic 2012, have written fantastic reviews of films featured in the First Light Awards 2013.


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Film Education's Thinking Film, Thinking History: The Holocaust resource pack has been nominated in the 2013 Learning on Screen Awards


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Times Educational Supplement review on Film Education's Holocaust resources.


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Film Education are leaders in producing quality curriculum-based educational resources supporting new and forthcoming film releases, for both secondary and primary schools. Sometimes the press likes what we do and writes about it.


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Here is a bespoke infographic about why film education matters. It was hand-drawn by the artist David Shillinglaw especially for us.


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Here you'll find some of the press we've received for the hugely popular Thinking Film DVD resources, launched by Lord Puttnam in April 2012.


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At the start of November we launched our first anti-bullying resource, released to coincide with the national Anti-Bullying Week, 19-23 November. The teaching tool is free, available all year round and offers teachers suggestions of suitable films such as Arthur and the Invisibles, This is England and Sket. The teaching tool suggests ways into deconstructing meaning in film texts and includes film content to stimulate discussion and reflection around the very sensitive and difficult topic of bullying. You can read more about how film can help to tackle bullying in this Guardian blog.