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The Into Film Awards 2018 took place on 13 March, at the prestigious BFI Southbank in London, with a star-studded red carpet event that brought together educators, young filmmakers, and Into Film Clubs from across the UK to celebrate their amazing achievements with us, each other, and incredible talent from across the film industry.
From exceptional young filmmaking talent to inspiring educators, nominees and guests flocked to the capital, some from as far afield as Banbridge in Northern Ireland and Gwynedd County in Wales. The Awards ceremony was hosted by presenter Gemma Cairney, and Awards were presented by a host of film industry talent, including actors Gemma Arterton, Martin Freeman, and Gwendoline Christie, as well as representatives from Warner Bros., Disney, Eon Productions and a host of other film industry insiders.
We'd like to extend a massive congratulations to all of our incredible winners and nominees, and say a big thank you to all of our Awards Partners and category sponsors.
Below, you can find out more about the winners of each category, watch all of the winning films, and hear from the winners themselves. Fancy joining them next year? Our new Six Sessions Filmmaking resource shows how you can go from story to screen across six sessions. Download the resource now and get a head-start for the 2019 Into Film Awards!
Congratulations to Braunston Primary School and Willowmann Productions for their warm and funny true-story WWI stop-motion animation.
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Congratulations to Dyffryn Nantlle Film Club, Gwynedd, Wales, whose frightening horror short was an all-female, all-Welsh production.
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Congratulations to the Into Film Club at Horton Park Primary in Bradford, where a dedication to mindfulness has hugely benefitted the young club members.
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Naomi Ackie, Serena Armitage, Jamie Bell, Lucy Bevan, Tim Bleazard, Rt Hon. Sir Kevin Barron MP, Paul Clayton, Ewen Bremner, Barbara Broccoli, Pete Burgis, Rhianna Dhillon, Yinka Edward, Lydia Fry, Matt Gallagher, Faraz Hameed, Nina Hartstone, Jon Hegerty, Damian Jones, Matthew Jones, Jeremy Johns, Peter Lord, Col Needham, Ella Purnell, Alexandra Roach, Drew Roper, Ruth Stokes, Professor Liz Todd, Ben Wheatley, John Wilson
Event Manager, Toyin Ayinde. Scriptwriter, Paul Hewlett. Host, Gemma Cairney. Warm up host, Claire Oliver. Graphic Designer, Kieran O'Keeffe. Production Manager, Louise Stevens and her team at Ballistic Events. Hannah Gibbons and all the team at BFI Southbank. Pace Prestige Security. Transport Manager, Leon Fleury. Hayley Anslow and all the team at Benugo.
And most importantly, thank you to all the young people who have taken part in the Into Film programme throughout the year, or who have been busy running film clubs, reviewing films and making amazing films with help from parents, filmmakers, educators and club leaders.
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We're delighted to reveal the winners and runners up of our recent My Local Culture filmmaking competition, in partnership with the Mayor of London Sadiq Khan.
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Our Into Film Club of the Month for March 2018 is Bunscoil An Iuir in Newry, Northern Ireland, who have seen a great benefit to children's social skills.
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