Vote now for the 2020 Audience Choice Award

04 Feb 2020 in Into Film Awards

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Audience choice awards image (social vote)
Audience choice awards image (social vote)

Hopefully you've had a chance by now to check out this year's brilliant selection of Into Film Awards nominees, and we're sure you've got your own personal favourites. Well, now's the chance for you to personally support and champion these incredible young people's films by voting in our Audience Choice Award!

While the filmmaking categories at the Into Film Awards are judged by a panel of film industry experts - including members of the Into Film board - we think it's only fair that the wider world gets to have its say on the films produced by the nation's talented youth. Perhaps one of the films struck a particular chord with you, or touched on issues you feel are important to be recognised; perhaps the quality of some of the films just blew you away. Whatever reason, this is your chance to get involved.

How does it work?

Those who wish to cast their vote for the Audience Choice Award will need to take to social media to do so. Here voters will be able to support their chosen film (or films) on both our Twitter and Facebook channels. Please read the following rules carefully.

It's pretty simple - all you have to do to vote for your favourite film (or films!) is to take to Twitter and Facebook and Retweet or Share the posts below. There's one Tweet and one Facebook post for each nominated film, and the film with the most shares across both platforms will win. Remember - you can RT/Share as many of the films as you like! Voting is open until 15:00 on Wednesday 11 March 2020.


When voting on Facebook, only public shares (i.e. shares visible to the Into Film Facebook page admin) will be counted. You may only share each post once, and duplicate shares will not be counted. Voting will be monitored daily.

Save Bobby the Fish - Made by Hilderthrope Primary School - East Riding, Yorkshire, England

Change Starts With Us - Made by St. John's Primary School Dernaflaw - Dungiven, Country Londonderry, Northern Ireland

Out of Bounds - Made by Highfield Junior School - Bromley, London, England

I'm the One - Made by Eden - Powys, Wales

Bella's Requiem - Made by Langley Park School for Boys - Bromley, London, England

Pie - Made by Miro - Cambridge, England

Inside of Me - Made by Mouth that Roars - Hackney, London, England

Bob's Your Uncle - Made by Mercer - County Down, Northern Ireland

Ghost Bois - Made by Rhodri - East Finchley, London, England

1 Year - Made by Ben - Prescot, Merseyside, England

It's Just Not Fair! - Made by Castleton Primary School - Glasgow, Scotland

17 and Deaf - Made by Neil - Cambridge, England

Overload - Made by Joe Blandamer - Axminster, Devon, England

Small Change - Made by Polly - Bordon, Hampshire, England

The Shakespeare Project - Made by Jessica - Market Deeping, Lincolnshire, England

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