YOUNGSTERS across Teesside will be able to enjoy cinema experiences for free next month as part of National Schools Film Week.
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A CHANCE to take children to the cinema for free is being offered ahead of National Schools Film Week next month, through funding from charity Film Education.
A CHANCE to take children to the cinema for free is being offered ahead of National Schools Film Week.
Teachers in the city can apply for free tickets for their pupils as part of the 15th annual National Schools Film Week from Thursday, October 14-Friday, October 22.
Danny Boyle, who directed Trainspotting and Slumdog Millionaire, said: "I'm very proud to be a patron of Film Education and National Schools Film Week because I think it's important that people go to the cinema as soon as possible in their lives, and then keep going.
The 'Star Trek' star, who grew up with an abusive dad, made the revelation to a group of students from St Charles Sixth Form College as he launched National Schools Film Week in London.
Speaking at the launch of National Schools Film Week, he mused over whether he would rather win an Oscar or see Huddersfield win the FA Cup.
Of course, school access to film through cinemas has been going a lot longer; Film Education continues to grow National Schools Film Week (every October) with smaller programmes throughout the year.