Film Workshops

MFL Film and Language Workshop

These film and language workshops follow a similar format to our film study days.

The screening of a film can either be followed by a 45-minute auditorium based language workshop, or can be extended to include lunch and a further 90-minute workshop in the afternoon.

We mainly use French and German titles, but can also make arrangements for Spanish and Italian workshops.

All film suggestions are welcomed and bespoke workshops can be created.

Titles that have been used in the past:


  • Run Lola Run
  • The Counterfeiters
  • The Lives of Others
  • The Edukators
  • Valerie
  • Goodbye Lenin


  • Jules et Jim
  • La Haine
  • Belleville Rendevous


  • Il Postino


  • Bad Education
  • Like Water for Chocolate
  • Pan’s Labyrinth


FILMCLUB Cymru workshops

Chapter works with FILMCLUB Cymru to write new workshop content that supports the FILMCLUBs in the south Wales region. On behalf of FILMCLUB Chapter has written and delivered workshops in FILMCLUB schools in Neath, Port Talbot, Newport, Cardiff and Rhondda Cynon Taff.

In partnership with FILMCLUB, Chapter has also delivered workshops at Cathays High School attended by Keith Towler, the Children`s Commissioner for Wales. Keith was there to launch FILMCLUBs See Me / Dyma Fi season of films, which ties into the Children`s Commissioners’ national campaign to change the stereotypes of how young people are seen, and to address how young people are presented in the media.


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