The 2018 Into Film Awards is now open for entries!
It's time to flex your movie making muscles, put on your creative caps and practice your acceptance speech (don't forget your "OMG we've won" face!)
The Into Film Awards is the perfect place to showcase young film talent, with categories designed to highlight the large pool of young creatives in the UK. It's also a lot of fun! And don't worry, educators get a category to enter too.
This year it's even easier to enter, just follow our entry forms easy steps, starting by clicking the link below, and the next step you take could be onto the red carpet!
Into Film Awards 2018 Categories:
- Best Animation 12 and Under
- Best Animation 13 and Over
- Best Live Action 12 and Under
- Best Live Action 13 and Over
- Best Documentary 5-19
- Club of the Year 12 and Under
- Club of the Year 13 and Over
- Educator of the Year
- Review of the Year
- Family Film of the Year
The Into Film Awards 2018 will take place at a central London venue in March 2018, the perfect location to celebrate the wide range of talented young filmmakers, animators, documentarians, and review writers who we come in contact with EVERYDAY at Into Film.
We also get to shine the spotlight on amazing educators who use film to support learning.
The closing date for entries is 31 January 2018. So what are you waiting for? Get creating!
*Note that Review of the Year is chosen from reviews submitted year-round for Review of the Week, and young people can vote for Family Film of the Year in an online poll, TBC.
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