Into Film Clubs
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We're thrilled to announce that the Into Film Awards is returning in 2024 - and entries are open now!
The Into Film Awards is one of our flagship events, and is a fantastic celebration of young filmmaking talent from across the UK. With categories designed to spotlight budding filmmakers of all ages, the Into Film Awards provides an unprecedented opportunity to celebrate young people's films and inspire a new generation of UK film industry talent.
The ceremony for all nominees promises to be another unforgettable event, with famous faces from across the film industry on hand to present the Awards.
The Into Film Awards ceremony will take place on Tuesday 25 June 2024, once again at central London's famous ODEON Luxe Leicester Square. Entries are open until 23:59 on 31 March 2024. Entries can be submitted or edited right up until that time.
Below, check out all of the categories for the 2024 Into Film Awards, as well as a number of key resources that can help young people get started on making their future award-winning films!
As well as our usual categories highlighting animated and live action films from all age groups, the 2024 Into Film Awards sees the return of our Best Documentary category, giving an opportunity for young filmmakers to explore the topics that are of most interest to them. Meanwhile, our new Time for Action category (sponsored by Swatch) asks young people to create a film that raises awareness of issues important to them, and explores the changes they would like to make in the world, whether big or small; personal or society wide.
In addition, this year, we'll also be celebrating those individuals or groups that facilitate and support young filmmakers to find an outlet through filmmaking with our new Filmmaking Champion award, while our Ones to Watch category continues to spotlight those young people who have already achieved great things and who we believe are destined to be the future of the UK screen industry.
Head over to our submissions platform to find out more details about each category, and to get your entries started. You can also read Into Film's terms and conditions for competition entry here.
To enter the Awards, you'll need to be logged in to your Into Film Account. If you don't have an Account, it only takes a moment to set one up!
You must be aged 20 or over to submit an entry - if you are aged 19 or under, please ask a parent, guardian, educator, or other adult to submit your entry on your behalf.
If you're keen to support young people making a short film, we've got plenty of resources across all age ranges that can provide a simple and easy jumping-off point.
Our mini filmmaking guides explain every stage of the film production process, from development to distribution, whereas Six Sessions from Story to Screen gives a clear structure on how to make a film in half a term. Get Into Animation is also divided into six sessions, but focuses on the unique nature of the animation process. Finally, our Making a Wellbeing Film resource can help older filmmakers to shape their thoughts on sensitive and impactful topics, while Our Climate Documentary can help produce a climate-focused documentary film.
An introduction to the collection of mini filmmaking guides and additional tips for getting started
Our comprehensive suite of filmmaking guides will support you through the entire production process, from initial development right through to distribution.
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Six Sessions from Story to Screen provides guidance and activities to start filmmaking. Arweiniad a gweithgareddaau i ddechrau creu ffilm
This resource guides you through the process of making a climate-focused documentary film
This six session sequence guides you through the animation process from idea to screen.
The brilliant winners from our last Into Film Awards, which took place in 2022, can offer fantastic inspiration and provide a more practical sense of what we're looking for in each category: Plus, you can check out the highlights video below to get a sense of what a special day the Into Film Awards ceremony can be.
To mark our 10th anniversary we're launching Every Child a Filmmaker, a new initiative to help young people experience the transformational power of filmmaking.View Article
Take a look at all of the incredible winners and see highlights from the 2022 Into Film Awards ceremony, which was hosted by Sue Perkins.
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Discover! Creative Careers Week supports young people to learn about different sectors, job roles, career pathways and more across the creative industries.
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