Vote now for the 2024 Audience Choice Award

13 May 2024 in Into Film Awards

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Audience Choice Award 2024
Audience Choice Award 2024
  • Please note: Voting for this year's Audience Choice Award has now closed. The winners will be revealed at the Into Film Awards ceremony on Tuesday 25 June 2024. Original article continues below.

Now that this year's brilliant Into Film Awards nominees have been announced, we're sure you've got your own personal favourites from the incredible selection of films. Well, now you have the chance to personally support and champion these incredible young people's films, by voting in our Audience Choice Award.

The filmmaking categories at the Into Film Awards are judged by a panel of film industry experts, including members of the Into Film board. However, the Audience Choice Award (sponsored by Universal Pictures International) is all about you - our audience. Which talented young filmmakers from across the UK do you think deserve a trophy? Perhaps one of the films resonated with you in a personal way, or touched on issues that you feel are important to be recognised; or maybe the quality of some of the films simply blew you away. Whatever the reason, this is your chance to get involved and help support the UK's young filmmaking talent.

How does it work?

To cast your vote for the Audience Choice Award, you will need to head over to our social media channels. You will be able to vote for your chosen film (or films!) on our Facebook, X (formerly Twitter), and Instagram channels. Please read the following rules carefully.

You will find one post for each nominated film on each of our Facebook, X, and Instagram channels, and the film with the most combined engagement (as outlined below) across all platforms will win. You can cast votes across all three channels to increase the chances of your favourite filmmakers winning - that gives you three chances to help someone win the Audience Choice Award!

And to make it even easier, we've included links to each of the posts across all three channels further down this page.

On Facebook and X

Please Like and Share/Repost the relevant post(s) to cast your vote(s) for the Audience Choice Award. Remember - you can Like and Share/Repost more than one film!

Note: 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 on Facebook once, and duplicate shares of the same post will not be counted. Voting will be monitored daily.

When voting on Facebook and X, please remember to both Like and Share/Repost the relevant post(s) to cast your vote(s). 

On Instagram

Please Like and Save the relevant post(s) to cast your vote(s) for the Audience Choice Award. Remember - you can Like and Save more than one film!

On Instagram, you can find the Audience Choice posts on our grid by scrolling through our main page. You will also see a Highlights folder near the top, underneath our bio, titled ‘Audience Choice'. Within this Highlights folder, you will find a clip of each film with a link back to the original post and the full film. Once you find a film you want to vote for, tap the video and select ‘Watch Full Reel' to be directed back to the original post. This is where you can Like and Save the video to cast your vote.

Note: Likes directly on Instagram Stories or on the clips in the Highlights folder will not be counted - you must follow through to Like and Save the original post, with the full length film on it, for your vote to be counted.

When voting on Instagram, please remember to both Like and Save the relevant post(s) to cast your vote(s).

Cast your votes below

Follow the links below to vote for your favourite film(s) across our three social media channels. Voting is open until Friday 14 June at 15:00, with the winner to be revealed at the Into Film Awards ceremony on Tuesday 25 June.

In the interests of fairness, the order of the films below, and across each of our three social media channels, have all been determined at random.

Unlucky Jim

Made by Ben Mullan, aged 18 - Bedford, England


Made by Safina, aged 17, from South Essex College - Southend-on-Sea, England

Just Ignore It

Made by 11 young people aged 11-18 from My Pockets and Youth Aspire Connect - Hull, England

Saving Yourself (And the World)

Made by Indi, aged 14 - Waterlooville, England

Wand-erful Mischief

Made by Aaron, Lucas, Liam, and Cameron, all aged 11, from St Bernard's Primary School - Glasgow, Scotland


Made by twenty young people aged 9-11 from Whitehall Primary School - London, England

Benjamin's Magical Kitchen Birds

Made by Benjamin, aged 8 - London, England

Thinking Green

Made by 18 young people from Burnham Market Primary School - Norfolk, England

Ein Dyfodol

Made by Gwennan, aged 11 - Aberystwyth, Wales

Branwen, Daughter of Llyr

Made by the whole of Year 8 from Pen y Dre High School - Merthyr, Wales


Made by Laquarn McQueen, aged 18, from Big Creative Academy Campus - London, England

Puppet Back Up

Made by Maxwell, aged 17, from Barton Peveril Sixth Form College - Eastleigh, England

Where Your Rubbish Goes

Made by Ibrahim, aged 11 - Surrey, England


Made by 15 young people aged 16-19 from TAPE Community Music and Film and Ysgol Y Gogarth - Llandudno, Wales

Frog Flight

Made by Caireen Ferguson, aged 19 - Ballynahinch, Northern Ireland


Made by Phoebe Young, aged 18 - Brighton, England

The Language of Cymraeg

Made by 16 young people aged 11-14 from Ysgol Bro Dinefwr - Carmarthenshire, Wales

Cereal Killers

Made by 19 young people from St Colmcille's High School - Crossgar, Northern Ireland


Made by 10 young people aged 16-18 from 104 Projects - London, England

Dyslexia and Me

Made by children from St. Luke's Church of England Primary School - Rugby, England

The Adventures of Barry in Bradford

Made by Haris, Muhammad, Fatiha, Habeebah, all aged 10, from Feversham Primary Academy - Bradford, England

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