Vote now for the Into Film Awards Audience Choice Award

30 Jan 2019 in Into Film Awards

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Audience choice awards image (social vote)
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Please note: this vote has now ended. Find out who won the Audience Choice Award here...

By now you'll have seen had a look at all of our brilliant 2019 Into Film Award nominees - and if not, what are you waiting for?! - but now we're giving you the chance to vote for your favourite, in our brand new Audience Choice Award.

While we're sure you'll agree that all of our nominated films are terrific, if any stood out for you in particular, you can take to social media and cast a vote to help us discover what our audience's favourite film is. Into Film's expert panel of judges have absolutely no say in the winner of this one - it's all down to you!

How Does It Work?

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 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 17:00 on Monday 25 February.

You can find links to the relevant Facebook and Twitter posts below, where you'll also be able to watch each of the films in question. Give them a watch and play your part in our Audience Choice Award now!

Please note this is a social media vote, and that only RTs (Twitter) and Shares (Facebook) will be counted as votes - no other reactions (Likes, Comments, etc) will be counted, and votes can only be cast on Twitter and Facebook. We understand not everyone uses social media, but please do not email us to vote, as these will not be counted.

Anti-Bullying - Hornsea Community Primary School, Yorkshire, England

When I Was Young - Kelvin Grove Primary School, London, England

Dial (Revenge) - Clwb Ffilm Dyffryn Nantlle, Gwynedd, Wales

The Time Trike - Bridge Integrated Primary School, Banbridge, Northern Ireland

Don't Kill Derek - By Cameron, Lavinia, Matilda, Jack, Rylie and Mackenzie - Newport Pagnell, England

Layla - Made by a group of 13 young people with support from Badshoes Film - Leicester, England

The Somewhat Action Packed Sci Fi Comedy Including War - Made by a group of 7 young people at Out Loud Music CIC youth club - Ipswich, England

My Friend Frank - Made by 13 young people with support from Badshoes Film - Leicester, England

FreeStyle - Made by 18 young people with the BFI Academy at HOME - Manchester, England

Unlikely Heroes - Made by 21 young people with the BFI Academy at MediaActive Projects - Shropshire, England

Margaret Dodds: 100-year-old Bristol City Superfan - Made by 7 young people with the BFI Academy at Watershed Arts Trust - Bristol, England

A Miner's Story - The Meadows Primary School & MediaActive Projects, Shropshire, England

Make a Change for Myself - Ysgol Bryn Castell - Bridgend, Wales

Our Peckham: Foodbank and the Fidget Spinner - Made by 11 young people from Bell Gardens Animation Club with Rainbow Collective - London, England

The Spindles - Made by Rosie from Aquinas Diocesan Grammar School - Belfast, Northern Ireland

Twang! - Made by Joe Blandamer - Devon, England

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