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Classroom resources for teachers

Teaching and learning materials for anyone teaching with, or about, film.

We support teachers in introducing students to specialist, independent and archive film by sharing knowledge, techniques and critical approaches. We do this by running courses and conferences and producing a range of teaching resources.

Teaching resources

  • Sci-fi in the classroom

    Sci-fi in the classroom

    Time travel through film history, with our top ten must-see titles for young people.

  • Gothic in the classroom

    Gothic in the classroom

    We present 13 specially selected gothic films to see by the age of 13.

  • Black Star Education

    Black Star Education

    A collection of resources for a range of levels and subjects, inspired by the BFI’s Black Star season.

Research and Advocacy

We recognise the importance of evidence-based practice, and prioritise research in areas where we are recognised as leading advocates:

  • Formal education
  • Programming for young and diverse audiences
  • Tracking outcomes from film education.

We always aim to advocate film education from a position of practical knowledge, formalised as research with recognised HE partners.

Useful links

More from BFI

  • BFI Screenonline

    BFI Screenonline

    Our online encyclopaedia of British film and television featuring hundreds of hours of film and television clips from the vast collections of the BFI National Archive.

  • Courses, training and conferences for teachers

    Courses, training and conferences for teachers

    Find out more about our MA modules for education professionals, and the annual BFI Media Conference.

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  • Education FAQ

    Frequently asked questions about our education activities and resources.

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