Founded in 2013, The Film Space is a British not-for-profit organization dedicated to building "an understanding and appreciation of the moving image, in all its forms, amongst children and young people." A handy tool for educators, the site has a well-stocked Resources section that offers ready-built lesson plans sorted into categories such as Shakespeare, Citizenship, Modern Foreign Languages (some lessons, such as La Haine and Amelie, are composed in French), and Film and Media Studies among others. The resources within each of these categories are plentiful. For instance, selecting Film of the Book reveals study guides and teaching resources on classics like Sense and Sensibility, Lord of the Flies, and 1984, while the Selma Resource offers teaching suggestions for such complex and important issues as Civil Rights, Prejudice, and Storytelling. The film library may be far from complete, but novice and veteran teachers alike will find much inspiration among the site's detailed and classroom-relevant offerings.