Student Club Movie Ideas
Watch movies for one of your student club activities.
ANIME FILMS LICENSING
Movie Licensing USA is now the licensing source for FUNimation. The Anime Public Performance Site License is a different and separate license from the Annual Public Performance Site License.
With an Anime Public Performance Site License, your school can show an unlimited amount of films from our growing list of FUNimation titles over a 12 month period inside your school. This license does not cover outdoor showings; please contact our outdoor showings department for outdoor licensing information.
Movie Licensing USA does not provide the film content; your school may buy, rent or borrow any legal copy of the title for the screening. Content may be obtained from the FUNimation website.
With an Anime Public Performance Site License, you do not need to inform Movie Licensing USA of the titles you wish to show or when you want to show them. Titles covered by our Anime License do not have to be requested in advance and there's no waiting to show the film(s) in your school!
CLICK HERE for listing of anime titles available.
FUNimation is in the process of getting approval to add more titles to this list. This approval process is pending on the producer of each given Anime title. Titles will be added as they are approved for coverage by this license.
ORDERING YOUR ANIME PUBLIC PERFORMANCE SITE LICENSE
When your school is ready to purchase an Anime Public Performance Site License, please contact us at 1-877-321-1300 and one of our experienced Licensing Managers will be happy to assist you.
Foreign Language Club
During the movie serve refreshments from the country that the film is based in.
- The Young Victoria
- Les Miserables
- Ratatouille (G)
- Gandhi (PG)
- Kundun (PG-13)
- Life is Beautiful (PG-13)
- Children of Heaven (PG)
Lead a discussion about which facts were stretched in the movie and which are possible in the future.
- Sherlock Holmes
- March of the Penguins
- Jurassic Park (PG-13)
- Multiplicity (PG-13)
- Dante's Peak (PG-13)
- The Matrix (R)
- Microcosmos (G)
Hold a recycling event before the movie or teach other students ways to “Go Green” and support environmental issues.
Have students create their own versions of the artist's paintings and display them before the movie.
- Mona Lisa Smile
- Lust for Life (NR)
- The Girl with the Pearl Earring (PG-13)
- The Da Vinci Code (PG-13)
Students can become movie critics by writing reviews about the movie and rating it.
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