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 5&6 (2018/19)

3:30 - 5:30pm


Term 5

Friday 17th May


Term 6

Friday 14th June – subtitled film. The film will be Kaaka Muttai ('Crow Eggs'), an Indian Tamil-language comedy-drama film. If children attend this film they will earn the badge for watching a foreign language film.


Friday 28th June (Bring a cushion / beanbag week)


Friday 19th July (Year 3 to be invited)

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


Terms 1&2

Pixar Shorts 2

Chicken Run

The Corpse Bride

Bridge to Terabithia

The BFG (Into Film Festival)

Rock Dog

Polar Express


Terms 3&4

Phantom Boy

Greyfriar's Bobby

Five Children and It

Snoopy & Charlie Brown - The peanuts Movie

Flushed Away

Kiki's Delivery Service


Terms 5&6


A Town Called Panic

Early Man


News from Film Club....



  • 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 Belle (Year 4) for her review of Kiki's Delivery Service.


It was ok because there was this girl who was a witch. She went on a magic broom and flew to a big city, it was full of people. she found a lady who runs a bakery. The lady was kind, she let Kiki (the girl) have her own delivery service. I like when she saves a boy from falling off a piece of string coming off a Zeppelin. I think that at the start when Kiki's parents are shown, there should have been a bit more of a description of them. I think that my cousins, Ewan and Emma would like this film because it has a lovely cartoon animation and it is a bit funny as well.


Click here to watch a trailer of this film:

Film & Podcasts