Our schools events are inspiring, thought-provoking and thoroughly enjoyable. We present incredible female role models though stunning films and exceptional story telling. How better to motivate young women and girls to aspire to more, than through the medium of film?
We curate a tailored programme that can be part of a special assembly, enrichment afternoon or evening event. Our events include stories about leading female athletes and adventurers as well as women and girls benefiting from sport in their communities. We can also arrange for speakers to come and talk first hand about their experiences.
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If you are interested in Find It Film coming into your school or community then get in touch and we'll be happy to talk over the options. Click here to email us.
Molly Thompson-Smith on Women’s Climbing. After her first climbing experience at the age of seven, Molly Thompson-Smith has grown into one of the sport’s brightest stars. Still only 18, Thompson-Smith has already won 20 national titles, as well as being only the fifth junior British climber to win a European youth cup event. In this video Molly encourages other young women and girls to visit their local climbing walls, and points to the growth in the number of dedicated groups for female climbers around the UK.
Molly Thompson-Smith on Women’s Climbing: After her first climbing experience
Anna and Bo: Sharing a run with a partner can add a huge amount, shared experiences, shared responsibility and someone to talk to. This is a film that explores the relationship between running partners and how that can build the best friendships. Featuring trail runners, Anna Paxton and Bodil Oudshoorn
Run. A Moving Portrait Documentary of runner, Paula Radcliffe. Filmmaker Jack Weatherley wants the audience to experience Paula’s world… The constant motion, speed, distance, texture, in both image and sound.
Jordanne. A short documentary about Jordanne Whiley, a 22 year old British wheelchair tennis player. This short by Zac Razvi has been shown at film festivals across the world and was a winner at the London Independent Film Festival.
Bristol Storm. Our own production in association with LW Images.com. This short celebrates the often overlooked sport of Basketball. The women and girls of local team, Bristol Storm, share their love of the game, the amazing team spirit they enjoy and their ambitions to make it to the premier league. Project supported by Natracare
Mina Meets Godzilla. Mina Leslie-Wujastyk attempts to climb the fearsome Godzilla in South Africa.Filmed and directed by Nick Brown. Produced and edited by Jen Randall.
Wild Women – Hannah Barnes. Pro Yeti Rider Hannah Barnes Takes On The World Of Mountain biking. Hannah Barnes got into cycling relatively late (through her younger brother, Joe) and competed in her first MTB race, aged 18.