SCHOOL SCREENINGS AND UPCOMING EVENTS

Welcome back! 

We are delighted to be re-opening our doors to schools with an engaging programme of films for all ages and stages. We are welcoming our regular partners such as the French Film Festival UK as well as our yearly Christmas screenings!  

In line with current COVID19 regulations, bookings are for single use of the cinema. Unless stated otherwise, tickets cost £3 per pupil with a minimum charge of £150 for groups of less than 50 pupils. Accompanying adult tickets are FREE. Where available, resources will be sent to teachers to continue the learning in the classroom.  

To discuss your booking please contact education@belmontfilmhouse.com.  We are happy to answer your questions and help you plan for a successful trip. Our COVID risk assessment is available upon request. 

Keep an eye out on our website and teacher newsletter for future announcements. Not on our mailling list? Email us at education@belmontfilmhouse.com to receive our monthly newsletter. 

FRENCH FILM FESTIVAL UK 

JaneCALAMITY UNE ENFANCE DE MARTHA JANE CANNARY (Calamity, A Childhood of Martha Jane Cannary)  

Tue 2 November •10.30am 1h25 • N/C • Advisory: mild violence • Suitable P5-7• French with English subtitles • MFL: French • FREE

This French coming-of-age animation takes you all the way to the American Far West. Based on the story of Calamity Jane, 12 year old Martha Jane Cannary has to take charge of her family following her father’s accident. Through a series of adventures the film explores the young girl’s fight to fit in a man’s world.  

 

Bonjour

BONJOUR LE MONDE! (Hello World!)  

Tue 9 November •10.30am 1h1mins • N/C • Advisory • Suitable P1-P4 • French with English subtitles • MFL: French • Science • Learning for Sustainability • FREE 

We are delighted to be showing this engaging animated film in the lead up to COP 26. Bonjour Le Monde! shows how 10 species are born, live and co-habit with one another alongside a river. This film is perfect to introduce primary pupils to the different species that inhabit our planet and why the environment should be preserved. 

 

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CHRISTMAS SCHOOL SCREENINGS 

Belmont Filmhouse is gearing up to get festive again with an exciting line-up of classic Christmas films, already available to book for! 

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ARTHUR CHRISTMAS 
Wed 1 December •10.30am 1h40mins • U • Contains very mild language and mild comic threat • Suitable P1-P7  

MUPPET CHRISTMAS CAROL 
Thu 2 December •10.30am 1h29mins • U • Contains mild scary scenes • Suitable P1-P7 

THE GRINCH (2018)  
Tue 7 December •10.30am 1h32mins • U • mild slapstick, very mild bad language • Suitable P1-P7 

ELF 
Wed 8 December •10.30am 1h37mins • PG • mild bad language • Suitable P5-S3 

HOME ALONE 
Thu 9 December •10.30am 1h43mins • PG • Contains moderate slapstick violence and infrequent moderate language • Suitable P5-S2 

THE POLAR EXPRESS 
Tue 14 December •10.30am 1h40mins • U • mild threat • Suitable P1-P7 

NATIVITY! 
Wed 15 December •10.30am 1h45mins • U • Contains no material likely to offend or harm • Suitable P1-P7

 

For more information or to book places at any of these screenings and events, please contact education@belmontfilmhouse.com

When making a booking please include: 
· Film Title/ Event name 
· Date of event 
· Name of school 
· Lead teacher email and mobile number 
· Number of students 
· Number of adults 

This will help us process your request quickly and efficiently. Thanks! 

 

ONLINE CLPL OPPORTUNITY 

Each year we are proud to partner with Into Film to deliver our annual programme of professional development in film education.  For the autumn term, these terrific sessions will be available online as a series of webinars. Topics include Raising Literacy Attainment, Careers in Film, Mindfulness and Getting into Film – using it as a tool for learning. 

For more information and to sign up for your FREE account and sessions please use the following link here.

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