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Chapter 16 Film education Film education offers children and young people opportunities to watch, understand and make films to enrich their lives, foster personal development, express their creativity and gain essential skills. For adult learners, film education can also be a stimulating part of lifelong learning. FACTS IN FOCUS: In 2013/14, Into Film supported over 8,000 film clubs across the UK reaching almost 282,000 children and young people. In 2012/13, over 59,000 students were entered for GCSE media studies related subjects, over 1,500 students were entered for Scottish Intermediates, and over 28,000 students were enrolled in higher education media related courses. Entries for GCSE, GCE and higher education media related courses have decreased since 2012, whereas entries for Scottish Intermediates and Highers have increased. In 2013/14, the BFI Film Academy provided opportunities for over 800 16-19 year olds to develop new skills and build careers in the film industry.


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