Please note: submissions for the the 2019 Into Film Awards have now closed.
The Into Film Awards is the best place to showcase young filmmaking talent, with categories designed to highlight the large pool of young creatives in the UK. Set out to find the most talented filmmakers, reviewers, Into Film Clubs and educators, we encourage children and young people aged 5-19 from all backgrounds and with all abilities to get involved. The Into Film Awards is also designed to be a lot of fun, with famous faces and incredible talent from across the film industry on hand to present the Awards. This year's Into Film Awards will be held at the recently refurbished ODEON Luxe Leicester Square on Monday 4 March.
Into Film Club of the Year Awards
This category recognises and showcases the work done by two exceptional Into Film Clubs. Club leaders and club members are invited to nominate their film club. We're also giving an award to one exceptional club member nominated by their club leader.
- Into Film Club of the Year: Primary
- Into Film Club of the Year: Secondary
- Into Film Club Member of the Year
Films may be made with professional equipment and cameras, or simply shot on a mobile phone or tablet. For full T&Cs on submitting a film, read our Terms & Conditions.
- Best Film: 11 and Under
- Best Film: 12-15
- Best Film: 16-19
- Best Documentary
- Best Animation
Ones to Watch
This category honours three young people aged 13-19 who have demonstrated exceptional talent and ambition in any aspect of the world of film, be it filmmaking, reviewing, or anything in between.
Film Reviewer of the Year
This award celebrates outstanding reviews written by anyone aged 5-19. The reviewer will stand out as someone who has frequently written compelling critiques of films as part of our Review of the Week competition.
Teacher of the Year
This award recognises innovative uses of film to aid learning. Nominations may be submitted by educators themselves, or by a colleague, parent or student, and should tell us how the nominee has used film to impact positively on young people's academic or social development - be that via the screening of interesting films, filmmaking, review writing or other film-related activities.