WHAT HAPPENED TO J?


WHAT HAPPENED TO J?

is about a young girl who has aspirations to become an actress. We follow her through her daily life in school where she is bullied every day by jealous schoolmates. This causes her to act inappropriately amongst friends as well as becoming discouraged from following her dreams. As the film draws to a close J is forced to make a decision which could change not only her life, but also the lives of others. What decision will she make?

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ANTI-BULLYING DVD

'What Happened to J?' was selected by the National Childrens Bureau and Anti-bullying Alliance as the Official Anti-bullying film to be represented in all schools in the UK during the 2012 Anti-bullying week. Our latest anti-bullying drama What happened to J? is now available on DVD and Digital Download. For more info about the film please view the flyer below. This film is also part of an Anti-Bullying workshop which is offered to schools and cinemas throughout the UK. Click here for more info on the workshops.

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WHAT HAPPENED TO J? SCHOOL PROGRAMME

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What Happened To J? - SCHOOL WORKSHOP
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In this full days workshop 2-3 workshop leaders will be conducting the day. Depending on the schools requirements this workshop can either be for a full years group for the full day or the workshop can be done 3 times through the day to 3 different groups of 2 hours for each workshop. The day then goes on. Anti-bullying is then tackled in numerous interactive and exciting ways such as:

Packages

PACKAGE #1: £DVD + 1 hour workshop for one class (30 children) = £199

PACKAGE #2: DVD + 1 hour workshop in Schools for 60 Children = £420

PACKAGE# 3: DVD + half a day workshop 90 children = £499

PACKAGE #4: DVD + PACKAGE #4: DVD + full days workshop for 90 children or a full year group = £720


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  • Role play on the scenes in the film where the children will act out some of the characters in the scenes.

  • Discussions and debates on anti-bullying ( who is affected, why people bully, what to do when you are bullied etc )

  • Looking at real life case studies and discussing these.

  • Interactive drama through forum theatre. 

  • Looking at the different ways on how bullying can be experienced i.e cyberbullying, verbal, physical, psychological and so on and looking at what are the most modern ways of bullying.

  • Looking at people we know and celebrities who have been bullied and how they have handled it.

  • Explore the motivations of both victims and bullies.

  • And discuss how we can be empowered citizens to stop bullying. 


WHAT HAPPENED TO J? CINEMA PROGRAMME

WHAT HAPPENED TO J? AT PICTURE HOUSE

Picturehouse Education has been running successful film education and cineliteracy programmes across the London Picturehouse Cinemas for many years, and are very excited to include an Anti Bullying Programme run by Film Creatives. This secondary schools’ programme aims to broaden young people’s cultural awareness, literacy skills and cineliteracy abilities, with screenings enhanced by group discussion and debate.  

'What Happened to J?' was selected by the National Childrens Bureau and Anti-bullying Alliance as the Official Anti-bullying film to be represented in all schools in the UK during the 2012 Anti-bullying week. Film Creatives presents WHAT HAPPENED TO J?, an interactive anti bullying video and programme targeted at students between 11 and 16 years old. This 45 minute long programme includes a 10 minute interactive dramatic narrative film, a 30 minute quiz show / debate and talk with a cinema educator.


HOW DOES IT WORK? 

Screenings of WHAT HAPPENED TO J? take place at Picturehouse Cinemas London and are supplemented with pre-screening discussions led by a cineliteracy educator and filmmakers from Film Creatives. Ticket prices, booking procedures and venue information can all be found below; advance reservations are essential and the bookings are open now! 

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Click to view/download PDF

During the workshop the children get to debate within a quiz show. The debate is based on the issues and all the characters decisions in the film, especially the main character who gets bullied. But one of the main points about the debate is that the teams will determine the outcome of the film. This would be based on the decision they think is taken by the protagonist. The children will then get to watch all the outcomes and decisions the protagonist could or should have made. This will give the children more on an insight of different perspectives of the story.

You can book to attend the programme across London at the following Picturehouse cinemas and choose your own dates: Hackney Picturehouse / The Ritzy / Clapham / Greenwich Stratford East /The Gate

Discussion will be held by cinema talker and film director Nathan Theys and cinema talker Ciara Rose Brennan.

When making your booking please be ready to specify the number of children and adult tickets that you require. Payment can be made by cheque, cash or card on the day of your visit. Visit www.picturehouses.co.uk for maps and information on public transport routes to all Picturehouse venues.

Access and Facilities

All Picturehouse sites are accessible to customers with limited mobility, including wheelchair users.  For specific details on each site visit www.picturehouses.co.uk and follow the links to the relevant site.


PICTURE HOUSE VENUES

Bookings

Hackney Picturehouse: 

270 Mare Street, Hackney, E8 1HE

The Ritzy Picturehouse:

Brixton Oval, Coldharbour Lane, SW2 1JG

The Gate Picturehouse:

87 Notting Hill Gate, W11 3JZ

Clapham Picturehouse:

76 Venn Street, Clapham, SW4 OAT

Stratford Picturehouse:

Theatre Square, Salway Road, E15 1BX

Greenwich Picturehouse:

80-82 Greenwich High Road, SE10 8NN

Click here for the booking form. Alternatively.

Elinor Walpole, Community and Education Officer:

elinor.w@picturehouses.co.uk 07967 047 401

leah.B@picturehouses.co.uk 07918 745267

info@filmcreatives.co.uk 07846 341 538

Please contact Picturehouse Education for all bookings.


WHAT HAPPENED TO J? AT RIO

The Rio Cinema has been running a schools programme since 2005 aiming to support a variety of subjects across the national curriculum.

Rio Education are delighted to welcome Film Creative’s WHAT HAPPENED TO J as part of their anti bullying programme supporting the citizenship curriculum.  This secondary schools’ programme aims to broaden young people’s cultural awareness, literacy skills and cineliteracy abilities, with screenings enhanced by group discussion and debate.  

HOW DOES IT WORK? 

Screenings of WHAT HAPPENED TO J? take place at The Rio Cinema London Hackney and are supplemented with pre-screening discussions led by a cineliteracy educator and filmmakers from Film Creatives. Ticket prices, booking procedures and venue information can all be found below; advance reservations are essential and the bookings are open now! 

During the workshop the children get to debate within a quiz show. The debate is based on the issues and all the characters decisions in the film, especially the main character who gets bullied. But one of the main points about the debate is that the teams will determine the outcome of the film. This would be based on the decision they think is taken by the protagonist. The children will then get to watch all the outcomes and decisions the protagonist could or should have made. This will give the children more on an insight of different perspectives of the story.


Access and Facilities

All Rio Cinema sites are accessible to customers with limited mobility, including wheelchair users.  For specific details on each site visit www.riocinemaeducation.org.uk and follow the links to the relevant site.

Bookings

You can book to attend the programme at the Rio cinema in London, Hackney and choose your own dates: 

Discussion will be held by cinema talker and film director Nathan Theys and cinema talker Ciara Rose Brennan.

When making your booking please be ready to specify the number of children and adult tickets that you require. Payment can be made by cheque, cash or card on the day of your visit. Visit www.riocinemaeducation.org.uk for maps and information on public transport routes to the Rio venue.

For booking information please go to www.riocinemaeducation.org.uk, contact sara@riocinema.org.uk