St. George's Academy hosts two film clubs, showing both 2D and 3D films, as part of the Into Film community. The ethos behind Film Club is to promote the use of stories to enrich students learning experience. Throughout the year, a wide range of films are chosen from major blockbusters to smaller independent releases, covering a wide range of topics and cultural backgrounds.
All students are welcome to turn up and watch our movies (we recommend bringing a pack lunch), although we strongly recommend join online in order to gain priority seating, select new films, post reviews and enter amazing competitions with exclusive prizes (of which we have won a few).
Joining online could not be any simpler. Just click on the link below, type in your campus activation code and you are forwarded onto the main Academy web page:
St George's Academy Film Club
If you are having trouble getting logged on, or would like more information about the club, please feel free to email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Following every film we encourage our students to write reviews about each film, which in turn helps to promote literacy. If you have watched any films recently, you can submit an online review via the link below (no login required).
In 2013, the St George's Academy Film Club was chosen to become an exclusive Super Club in 2013 for our dedication to promoting and hosting film events. This allowed members even more chances to win prizes, including cinema tickets and DVDs. The club even hosted a private screening of a short film called 'Fusilier' which was written and directed by a former St George's pupil Callum Burn, who spoke after to members about his experiences of making films. We are extremely proud to anouce that in 2019 he released a feature length film called ' Lancaster Skies' which was hailed as a indie masterpiece.
St George’s Academy Film Club session are:
Sleaford Campus Film Club: Thursday & Friday from 12:35 in the Innovation Centre Cinema Room (IC2)