Fairview Community Primary School

Film Club



Film Club runs after school on alternate weeks for children in Years 4-6. We watch a range of films and discuss these. Children are the encouraged to upload a written review to the Film Club website. On this page we will feature reviews as well as other film information. 


Film Club Dates - Terms 1&2 (2018/19)

3:30 - 5:30pm


Friday 28th September

Friday 5th October

Friday 19th October - rearranged date


Friday 9th November

Friday 23rd November

Friday 7th December


Films we have watched at this year at Fairview....


Pixar Shorts 2

Chicken Run

The Corpse Bride

Bridge to Terabithia

The BFG (Into Film Festival)

Rock Dog


News from Film Club....


Term 1

  • We have 30 members of Film Club this year, with children from Years 4,5 and 6.
  • Congratulations to Alex (Year 6) who was selected to be an Into Film Youth Ambassador. Alex will attend a meeting each term in London and help to shape Into Film at a national level. He will be working with other children from around the country aged up to 18. Well done Alex.

Previously we have watched.....

Previously we have watched..... 1

Review of the Week

Congratulations to Pepper (Year 5) for her review of Bridge to Terabithia.



This film was good and bad. It was about a boy called Jess and his friend Leslie. I liked the plot. It wasn't just one thing happening. There was the story about the bully who turns out to be nice, Terabithia, the friendship and the part about his relationship with his Dad. It was quite realistic but the parts about Terabithia were definitely fantasy. Before the tragic incident where he loses his friend (I won't tell you why), I thought the rest of the film would be the same until the end but the twist leaves him more determined than ever and things are more important. The twist where he loses his friend gave the intended effect of sadness and empathy for the character. I enjoyed the film and thought the story line was great.


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Film & Podcasts