Representing Islam for KS3 & 4
This event is designed to complement a screening of the 45-minute IMAX film, Journey to Mecca. After seeing the film at the BFI Imax, the students will come to BFI Southbank (a 5-minute walk) for a clip-based presentation using films from a range of sources. These include the BFI National Archive’s collection of documentary material and fiction films looking at how Islam has been represented across time, cultures and forms. The day is designed to be discursive and open-ended. A teacher’s resource pack will provided. This day is ideal for students taking GCSE Religious Studies or following a Citizenship course.
Tue 6 Nov 2012 10:30 – 15:30
Tue 22 Jan 2013 10:30 – 15:30
NFT3, BFI Southbank
Led by Reza Ben Gajra, Educator and Visual Artist, London
LEVEL: KS3 & KS4
SUBJECT: Religious Studies, Citizenship and Media Studies
PRICE: £8 per student; £1 per accompanying adult; £40 for teachers attending without students
How to Book
First phone to check availability. Call 020 7815 1329 Monday-Wednesday or 020 7849 4451 Thursday-Friday. Then either book by phone using credit/debit cards only OR book by post by downloading the booking form and sending it with a cheque made payable to ‘British Film Institute’ or card details to: School Bookings, BFI Education, Belvedere Road, South Bank, London, SE1 8XT.
Please refer to our frequently asked questions before contacting our Education team, as these may help answer your queries.