Latest Tweets From Damaris
RT @idea_mag: Holly Price from @damaristrust explores issues of faith and human interest in film Philomena in our culture piece http://t.co/g42ZnYFAp3
LE WEEK-END: a Damaris Film Blog discussion guide by new writer, Kai Bawmwang: http://t.co/GzlZ7dLmtT
RT @WRSixthForm: Excellent conference delivered to Year 13 and SF 1 students today by @damaristrust; Mark Hamill was brilliant and students were outstanding!
ONLY LOVERS LEFT ALIVE: a new Damaris Film Blog discussion guide by @FilmBlogSophie: http://t.co/yDIbY11kNB
Happy #WorldBookDay! Loads of books get adapted into films - what is your favourite and worst book adaptions?
RT @cineworld: It's Orange Wednesday! Got an Unlimited Card & Orange Code between you? Use your Card to pick up the 2-for-1 ticket. 2 tickets, 0 cash paid
RT @FilmandBible: THE BOOK THIEF: a new Film & Bible Blog article by @HannahJRowe: http://t.co/lxh44TmCro
RT @NatGeoPR: The stars of @JERUSALEM_Movie talk to @ReligionEthics today during their #DC visit. @NatGeoMovies http://t.co/lukdPwLjVR
Secondary teacher or school worker? Fantastic new assembly plans using material from film, TV or music at http://t.co/QtPJ5fHDoi
RT @NayWalton: Wish the team at @damaristrust would hurry back from lunch so we can eat these! #HappyPancakeDay http://t.co/2r4idaP3gK
Damaris is an educational charity that is growing very fast through our partnership with the film industry. We create official community resources to accompany the latest feature films. Our resources help a wide range of community groups to engage with the themes and ideas explored in the films.
have a proven track record of serving organizations in the formal
education and faith sectors (and we still provide a large number of
resources specifically for schools and churches). But
now, through a rapid expansion, we are increasingly working with a very
wide range of community groups in all sorts of settings.