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This website and its library of resources is accessible, free of charge, for teachers and their students across the UK.

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Whilst no new content will be added to this site we are pleased to provide links to the following:

We are delighted to announce that the 25th anniversary edition of Teaching Trailers – the most popular resource produced by Film Education and more recently by The Film Space – is now online and free to use

This online course introduces and explores the concepts and means used in the film distribution process, focus is on identifying the Who, How, When, What and Where of releasing a film and the pivotal role of film distributors as films make their way to cinemas and beyond.

‘InCinema2016’ is an educational resource based on the Film Distributors’ Association Yearbook 2017.

Making use of fascinating facts and figures about what the UK cinema audience chose to see in 2016 the resource explores a variety of issue arising from the statistics. Aimed at students of Film and Media studies aged 14-18. Business Studies would also find this an interesting topic

Online teaching resource celebrating the centenary of professional film distribution in the UK now available HERE, free of charge to UK schools and colleges, courtesy of the Film Distributors’ Association.

Resource features a unique ‘trailer maker’, an interactive timeline, interviews, trailers and downloadable study notes.

The SHAKESPEARE ON FILM site is now live! Featuring resources on 13 of Shakespeare’s plays, from Romeo and Juliet to Titus Andronicus, the resources cover over 25 different filmed versions of his works.

SELMA – Educational Resource Offering a range of interactivity based on the film and from archive sources to build students’ awareness of the contemporary significance of the US civil rights movement and help to develop knowledge and understanding of how primary sources can inform contemporary filmmaking.

The Thinking Film project, originally a series of DVD and CD ROM’s, is now available to download. In each case a folder containing the study clips and pdf’s of worksheets will download onto your desktop.

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