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Due to Covid-19 (Coronavirus) Into Film have taken the difficult decision that the Into Film Awards 2020 will not take place as planned next week.
This is a key event for Into Film and we looked forward to welcoming 800 guests to the ODEON Luxe Leicester Square on 18 March 2020. However, after careful consideration of the developing situation, and advice issued by the Government and Public Health England, it was apparent that going ahead could pose a risk to the health and wellbeing of those in attendance.
Please accept our sincere apologies for any inconvenience this may cause. We would like to thank you for your understanding and continued support for Into Film.
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We're beyond excited to reveal the phenomenal nominees for the 2020 Into Film Awards! Across the board, we received more entries this year than ever before - a true testament to the success of so many Into Film Clubs and evidence of the many passionate young filmmakers across the UK.
This year's nominees will be joining us at London's ODEON Luxe Leicester Square for a star-studded ceremony on 18 March 2020. We're thrilled that David Walliams OBE will be hosting proceedings, with a wealth of talent from the world of film attending to present awards to inspirational teachers, incredible Into Film Clubs, and the next generation of filmmaking talent.
Stay tuned for the return of the Audience Choice Award (Sponsored by Netflix), which will launch in the coming days, and give you - the public - the chance to decide which film deserves an Into Film Award.
A small fish named Bobby finds that his friends have become trapped in a plastic-littered ocean, and sets out to find a way to free them in this environmentally-minded stop motion short.
Starting with a news report highlighting that bullying exists even in the highest offices in the world, one school needs some divine intervention to help a group of young people see the error of their ways.
When two school children decide to pop to the shop during break time for some sweets, they have no idea of the chaos unfolding in their absence.
The residents of one small town demonstrate that everyone has their own story and their own issues to deal with, in a poetic and impressively staged one-shot film.
A group of lads make a gruesome discovery in the woods, and find themselves under suspicion from the police. Little do they know that much deeper secrets are about to be revealed, in a film with an ending that's open to interpretation and simply begs to be discussed.
A delightful and laugh-out-loud comedy in which a disparate group of characters sit around a table and argue over who gets to eat the last piece of pie; an argument that soon spirals rapidly out of control...
A Black teenager struggles to reconcile his modern London lifestyle with his African heritage, in this well-acted story about finding and cementing your own identity.
A bickering brother and sister embark on a treasure hunt left to them by their late uncle Bob in his will... but just what is the treasure that lies at the end of it?
In this spooky comedy, two enthusiastic lads enter the local woods in the hope of tracking down a missing girl and claiming the reward. But what if the woods really are as haunted as they're rumoured to be?
Content Note: Ghost Bois contains scary scenes and two instances of strong bad language - recommended for viewers aged 15 and over.
An affecting documentary in which one young person charts their first year on testosterone as they transition to becoming the person they truly are.
Imagine living in a town with no supermarket - that's the situation the children of Castleton Primary in Castlemilk, Glasgow live with, so they set out to make a point in this fun rallying cry to the big supermarket chains.
This documentary charts Jenny's experiences of life without her hearing, as she navigates high school and aspires to be a footballer.
How does it feel to have autism and ride on a busy train? This brilliant stop-motion animation explores what it feels like when an everyday situation begins to feel a bit too much.
A hilarious exploration of the way society uses money, as we follow the (mis)adventures of a £5 note as it passes from person to person.
This animated documentary recounts the life of William Shakespeare in creative ways, making it both a great example of stop-motion and entertainingly educational.
The actor, entertainer and children's author will join us - and many of you! - at ODEON Luxe Leicester Square on 18 March for our star-studded awards ceremony.
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We're delighted to offer a UK-wide programme of free screenings in Feb/March 2020, exploring the theme of 'changing times' through a host of vibrant films.
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Help mark Holocaust Memorial Day by using film to broach this difficult - but vital - topic with young people, using our free resources.
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