Young reporter Eronita is in the hot seat for this month's Secondary Into Film Show. We chat to the stars of Pride, remember the films of the late, great Philip Seymour Hoffman and go into other worlds with the BFI Sci-Fi: Days of Fear and Wonder season — there's even a filmmaking competition you can get involved with!
Reporter Silva guides us through the Into Film Show this month, presenting an interview with the directors of Next Goal Wins, a brilliant documentary about the American Samoa football team — officially the worst in the world. We also hear from Jamie Blackley, star of If I Stay, and look ahead to the Into Film Festival.
Filmmaking is on the agenda with young reporter Catherine leading us through. We take a look at the work of the participants involved in our recent Keeping It Showreel project, and hear from two film club members and aspiring directors from King's Lynn Academy - they'll be chatting about their recent crowdfunded short Too Cool To Kickass!
Also featured are make-up artist Sharon 'Spob' O'Brien, who visited The Swinton High School, and director Marc Silver, who'll be talking about his documentary Who Is Dayani Cristal?
Harry is our man in the studio bringing us the latest news from Into Film. We catch up on reporter Silva's interview with Richard Linklater about his groundbreaking new film Boyhood, and find out about how you can celebrate Nelson Mandela Day (July 18) through cinema.