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The Into Film Awards 2017 took place at London's famous ODEON cinema in Leicester Square, with a star-studded red carpet event that saw film clubs, teachers and young filmmakers from around the UK honoured for their passion and dedication to all things film.
Hundreds of young people and film clubs from all corners of the UK - with some traveling from as far afield as Belfast and Arbroath - made the trip to London's Leicester Square, home of all things film in the capital, to rub shoulders with the biggest and brightest names in film and celebrate their achievements.
We were joined at this year's Awards by a range of film industry professionals, from both in front of and behind the camera, including everyone from IMDb founder Col Needham and Foley Artist Peter Burgis; producer Barbara Broccoli and Director Amma Asante; and very special appearances from James Bond star Daniel Craig and our Ambassador, Eddie Redmayne.
Below, you can find out more about the winners of each category, watch all of the winning films, and hear from the winners themselves.
Congratulations to all of our incredible winners - and thank you to all of our Awards Partners.
Congratulations to Sacred Heart Catholic Primary & My Pockets, from Leeds, whose animation charmed the judges.
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Congratulations to Ysgol Cefn Coch, Penrhyndeudraeth, Wales, whose funny and thrilling ghost-busting exploits saw them to success at this year's Awards.
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Congratulations to Barrow Island Primary School & Signal Film and Media, from Barrow-in-Furness for their colourful and informative winning film.
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Congratulations to Timmergreens Primary School and Andrew Low, from Arbroath, whose intergalactic animation saw them win an Into Film Award.
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Congratulations to the film club at Meadows Primary School & Nursery, Telford, whose numerous successes saw them honoured at this year's Into Film Awards.
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Bola Agbaje, George Amponsah, Sara Bennett, Lucy Bevan, Kieran Bew, Bill Boyd, Ash Brannon, John Bright, Susan Buckle, Pete Burgis, Frazer Churchill, Paul Clayton, Michael Coulter, Nicky Cox, Lucinda Coxon, Trevor Dalmer, Alexa Davies, Victoria Dobson, Harry Escott, Kevin Fong, Matt Gallagher, Andrea Gibb, Jane Gull, Ann Hardy, Olivia Higginson, Alok Jha, Celyn Jones, Nicola Kettlewood, Sonja Klaus, Gary Kurtz, Stephen Mangan, Tom McDonald, Chris Munro, Nina Nannar, Darren Northott, Sean OHare, Stuart Plaskitt, Lisa Prime, Graham Read, Iwan Rheon, Matthew Rhys, Misan Sagay, Annika Schindler, Ed Skrein, Andrew Steggall, Dominic Traynor, Dionne Walker, Kirk Weddell, John Wilson, Magda Wood, Tahra Zafar.
We're delighted to bring you the nominees for this year's Into Film Awards! Watch the incredible selection of nominated films here.
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Find out about our inspirational Diversity & Outreach filmmaking program, and watch some of the fantastic films that were created by the young people involved.
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