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We're delighted to reveal the three talented young people who have been selected as our Ones to Watch for 2019. Confirmed at the Into Film Awards, our Ones to Watch award (Sponsored by Eon Productions) highlights three phenomenal individuals who have already achieved an incredible amount in the world of film, and who we believe will go on to even greater things in the years to come. Their awards were presented by actor Nico Mirallegro and Camilla Thurlow.
Huge congratulations to...
It's a real privilege to be identified as a One to Watch by Into Film and to be recognised alongside many talented young people at the Into Film Awards 2019. It definitely fills me with confidence as I seek future opportunities in the industry.Oisin-Tomas O Raghallaigh, Into Film Ones to Watch 2019
I hope that my day at the ODEON Luxe Leicester Square - the home of many historic film premieres - will be a stepping stone onto further opportunities. Being surrounded by all these inspiring filmmakers and actors will encourage me to keep on going - to not give up on my film ambitions.Emilijia Morrison, Into Film Ones to Watch 2019
Making a film can be a lovely collaborative process, but it can also feel quite lonely at times so it's really great that there is an award dedicated to young filmmakers, that recognises their efforts and drives them forward. It is an honour to be among the nominees this year.Ruda Santos, Into Film Ones to Watch 2019
Searching all across the UK for 16-19-year-old filmmaking talent, the three winners were formally recognised at this year's Into Film Awards ceremony in London on 4 March, with the Awards presented by Tom Davis and Sir Kevin Barron. Each winner will receive bespoke mentoring from film industry professionals throughout 2019, to help further develop their career prospects and skill sets.
The winners of our recent MicroPitch competition stat on a panel and saw their films screened at BAFTA HQ in London as part of TriForce Short Film Festival.
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Watch the entire suite of mental health and wellbeing themed films made by 200 young people aged 11-19 as part of our Moving Minds Filmmaking Project.
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