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Congratulations to MENCAP & X-Ray Eye Films from Belfast, whose film My Not So Ordinary Life has been crowned Best Live Action: 13 and Over at the 2017 Into Film Awards.
My Not So Ordinary Life follows a young woman as she explains an ordinary day in the life of someone with autism, charting the ups and downs of her daily experience. A film as entertaining as it is enlightening, this film impressed the judges on a variety of levels.
This film was great fun to watch. The leading lady whose story we followed is charming, witty and engaging. I discovered more about autism from this short film then I knew before... This was an honest story carefully told; and with a positive message about truthfulness and the love of family and friends. Very enjoyable and engaging. Well done!Lucy Bevan, Casting Director and Into Film Awards Judge
It feels amazing, it's such a shock to win. It feels great. It was really good to learn everything - all the different aspects that go into making a movie.Varsha, 19, Into Film Award winning filmmaker for 'My Not So Ordinary Life'
The Best Live Action: 13 and Over award was sponsored by Universal Pictures International, and was presented by actor and writer Laurence Rickard.
In the same way as books, film provides access to stories and I think it's really important that young people engage with them, partly because it can inspire them to want to get involved in the industry. The event today has been fantastic - there's a huge amount of enthusiasm and all the nominees seem genuinely happy for each other when they win, which is a great thing.Laurence Rickard, Actor and Writer
We’re excited to announce that entries for the Into Film Awards 2019 are now open - and we have a range of new categories for you to consider this year.View page
Three teachers of students with learning difficulties show us how they've used review writing to great effect in their work.
Reading time 4 mins
A film-led resource to support SEN/ASN learning in your film club or class.
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