'The Year the World Changed' wins Best Film - 11 and Under

28 Jun 2022 in Into Film Awards

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'The Year the World Changed' wins Best Film - 11 and Under

Congratulations to Lucia, Olivia, Yvie, Olivier, Maisie, Sophie, and Bella from Bessacarr Primary School in Doncaster, whose film The Year the World Changed has won Best Film - 11 and Under (sponsored by MGM Studios) at the 2022 Into Film Awards. The award was presented by actors Michael Ajao and Sebastian Croft.

As the first Lockdown hits in March 2020, The Year the World Changed follows the lives of two girls. Maisie continues to attend school as a key worker child, while Olivia must learn from home. As lockdown continues, we see how this affects the children and their friendship - with a few hilarious recreations of the news thrown in for good measure!

Best Film - 11 and Under winners from Bessacarr Primary collect their award

The Year the World Changed is already an entertaining and accomplished film, but given the subject matter, and the way that it is so clearly created right in the middle of such a strange and difficult situation, it's a film that will become even more valuable as time goes on. From the news updates that the whole nation was glued to, to adjusting to maintaining relationships online and figuring out ways to work/learn remotely, The Year the World Changed covers it all, making it a priceless time-capsule of an unprecedented period in all of our lives.

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