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Woman and man at party

Clips and photos from our preview screening of In the House and Q&A with director Francois Ozon held as part of Cineschool 2013


A man in an orange uniform kneels down on a train track with other men in the same uniform standing beside him

As part of National Schools Film Week we held two special events in partnership with the London Labour Film Festival, including this screening of The Navigators followed by Q&A with director Ken Loach and Alex Gordon, the President of the RMT Union


A man and woman in old fashioned evening dress embrace

Preview screening held during Film Week 2012 followed by Q&A with director Mike Newell and producer Elizabeth Karlsen


A computer animated boy in a lab coat strokes a dog that is covered in stitches

Preview screening of Frankweenie as part of Film Week 2012, including a special Q&A with Producer Allison Abbate


A soldier in WW2 uniform sits on sandbags at the side of a trench with his rifle on his lap

Film Education held several screenings of Private Peaceful as part of Film Week 2012 to coincide with both with the release of the film and our educational resource.


A young black World War II soldier saluting

To coincide with the release of our resource on the film Film Education held a special preview screening of Red Tails which was followed by a Q&A with actor Cuba Gooding Jr and producer Rick McCallum.  Over 700 secondary school children from all over London attended the screening and participated in the Q&A at the Odeon Leicester Square.  Students from Newham Sixth Form College had the opportunity to participate in a talkback session after the screening and our Young Film Critic winner Lizzie Daniels was invited to interview Rick McCallum and Cuba Gooding Jr for her article on the screening.


A young Asian couple look at each with a crowd of people standing in the background

Film Education held a preview screening of All in Good Time at the Odeon Covent Garden.  Students were able to take part in a lively Q&A with director Nigel Cole and actors Reece Ritchie and Amara Karan after the film.  Film Studies students from St Xavier Sixth Form College also had the opportunity to attend a special talkback session with the director.


A close up of young man stands in a dark hallway

Film Education held a preview screening of The Woman in Black at the Odeon Covent Garden. Director James Watkins attended the screening for a Q&A and Film students from Barnet College were given the opportunity to attend a special talkback session with James where they discussed the film in more detail.


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Film Education held a special preview of The King's Speech for schools followed by a Q&A session with the film's director Tom Hooper and lead actor Colin Firth. A group of students from St Charles Sixth Form College were also able to attend a Salon style discussion group to debate filmmaking and the filmmakers' careers in more detail.


Four men in fancy dress costumes argue in front of a white van

As part of National Schools Film Week 2011, Film Education held a special educational screening of Four Lions in association BFI Future Film. Producer Derrin Schlesinger and director Chris Morris attended the screening for a Q&A after the film.


A boy stands holding a horse around its head with a soldier standing in the background.

Film Education held school preview screenings of War Horse in cinemas across the country to coincide with our recent resource on the film.


A man stands in a train station with a swastika on a banner behind him and SS officers in the background

Film Education held a screening of Good on Holocaust Memorial Day 2012 in association with the Holocaust Education Trust. The film was followed by a panel discussion on the issue of ‘Speak Up, Speak Out’, with Guardian film critic Jason Solomans, Richard Hill from the Holocaust Education Trust and Rachel Burns from Film Education.


Lots of children of various ages stand on a stage with a man holding certificates and trophies.

On the 20th March 2012 the winners of the Young Film Critic were announced at a glitzy ceremony at BAFTA, Piccadilly presented by Andy Akinwolere.


A middle aged man in a suit stands besides a filing cabinet

Film Education held a screening of Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy for Secondary schools in London as part of National Schools Film Week. The screening was followed by a Q&A with actor Gary Oldman.


A woman wearing a cloak and hat runs through the woods

Film Education screened Jane Eyre to schools in London just before the film was released in cinemas as part of National Schools Film Week 2011.


A group of young women attacking something

Film Education held a special screening of Sket during this year’s National Schools Film Week to coincide with the release of our recent resource on this film. The screening was followed by Q&A after the screening with director Nirpal Bhogal, actors Riann Steele, Aimee Kelly and Adelayo Adedayo and Jennifer Blake from the Safe ’N’ Sound Youth Project.


An animated car drives down a road

Film Education held a special preview screening of Cars 2 (3D) for Primary Schools at the London Empire Leicester Square. Producer Denise Ream attended the event to talk to the children about working on the film with Pixar.


An animated small girl climbs up through the floorboards

Film Education held a special preview screening of Studio Ghibli’s Arrietty for Primary Schools at the London Empire Leicester Square. The students also had the opportunity to ask actor Tom Holland about his role as voice artist for the character Sho during a Q&A held after the screening.


A man sat on a sofa opposite some children

Film Education held a special screening of ‘Flying Monsters 3D’ for Primary Schools at the BFI IMAX. Sir David Attenborough attended the screening, giving the schools a chance to ask him questions about the film and his career. Students from Ivydale Primary School also had the opportunity to attend a salon discussion with Sir David after the screening.


A young woman holiding a microphone in front of a peach backdrop

Film Education held preview screenings of Tomorrow When The War Began for schools across the UK. Actress Rachel Hurd-Wood attended a special screening in central London, giving the schools that attended a chance to ask her about the film and her career during a Q&A session.


A young girl sits at a table surrounded by food

Film Education held screenings of 'The Magic Tree' for primary schools in London and Edinburgh in association with Telewizja Polska.


A boy in school uniform and an older man walk down the street

Film Education extended National Schools Film Week to collaborate with the BFI and the London Film Festival, to screen titles previously screened to the public as part of the Festival in the form of a small tour of regional cinemas.


A woman carrying a child leads a group of children down a path

Film Education extended National Schools Film Week to collaborate with the BFI and the London Film Festival, to screen titles previously screened to the public as part of the Festival in the form of a small tour of regional cinemas.


A group of people sit in the dining car of a train

Exotic Europe was part of a season of inaugural events marking the opening of Europe House, the new home of both the European Parliament and the European Commission in the UK.