The BFI has invested £24m of National Lottery funding over five years into the programme’s strategy and activities in order to safeguard and boost future film audiences through learning and appreciation of film and to stimulate a new generation of filmmakers and film talent. These are embedded as lead priorities in BFI2022, the BFI’s five-year plan for film UK-wide. The BFI’s commitment to film education is enabling Into Film to engage more children and young people — irrespective of their background or academic achievement — with film, contributing to their educational, creative, cultural and social development, supporting curriculum learning and fostering a range of skills.
Working with the education sector, film industry and arts and cultural organisations, Into Film’s ambitious and inclusive ‘See. Think. Make. Learn’ programme aims to make a step change in film learning by encouraging and enabling watching, making and critical understanding for students in schools across England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland.
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