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In addition to our introductory film and teacher guidance films, the following five films can be found throughout The Superpower of Looking lessons to inspire your pupils and demonstrate the benefits of close looking. Each film features a different presenter exploring how they use the skill of looking in their own lives and careers.

This film, featuring broadcaster and wheelchair basketball player Ade Adepitan at The Courtauld, forms part of the second Portrait lesson focused on Vincent van Gogh's Self Portrait with Bandaged Ear.

 

This film, featuring London taxi driver and tour guide Rachel Martin-Peer at The National Gallery in London, is part of the first Everyday lesson on Joseph Wright of Derby's An Experiment on a Bird in the Air Pump.

 

This film, featuring musician and broadcaster YolanDa Brown looking at Pieter de Hooch's A Boy Bringing Bread at The Wallace Collection, is part of the second Everyday lesson within the comparison activity. 

 

This film, featuring artist Bob and Roberta Smith, is part of the first Landscape lesson on Henri Rousseau's Surprised!

 

This film, featuring writer and broadcaster Denise Mina at the Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum in Glasgow, is part of the second Still Life lesson on Henri Matisse's The Pink Tablecloth.

 

You can also find these films on BBC Teach as part of their Art & Design 7–11 resources.