Young Reporter Programme

Into Film reporter Archie with Emilia Clarke
Into Film reporter Archie with Emilia Clarke

Our Young Reporter Programme provides young people with the opportunity to become the voice of Into Film. Members of the programme are given the opportunity to develop film reporting and reviewing skills, receive media training and attend exclusive behind-the-scenes events, developing their film watching, understanding and presenting to camera skills, and learning how the film industry works from the inside.

If you, or someone you know, would like to become a Young Reporter, you can register your interest with us to be informed when recruitment opens again. To receive updates please follow the steps below:

  • Please email with 'Young Reporter Mailing List' as the subject line.
  • Let us know in the email whether you are interested on behalf of yourself or a child/student.
  • In the email please make sure you state: "I consent to be added to the mailing list to be contacted about the Young Reporter Programme in future". This is very important for GPDR reasons, and without it we will not be able to contact you. You can simply copy and paste the above sentence in if you wish.
  • If you are under 18 please make sure a parent/guardian is also copied into your email.

In the meantime, here are some tips for developing the right experience and skills to impress us.

  • Practise public speaking
    If there's an opportunity to speak in front of an audience, at school or in one of your extra-curricular activities put yourself forward! It's a great skill to have for many reasons, but with the confidence you gain from it, interviews with Hollywood A-listers will be a breeze.
  • Watch and review as many films as you can
    The more you think and write about film, the more confident you will be in your opinions, and the more creative and insightful your questions to actors and directors will be. If you're a member of an Into Film Club, you can log in and write your reviews on our website and be in with a chance of winning our ongoing Review 500 competition.
  • Read, listen to and watch other reviews
    There are many interesting film critics out there writing, podcasting and vlogging about their film opinions. Get an idea of the presenting styles you like best and use them to inspire your own approach.
  • Set up your own blog, vlog or podcast
    Once you've got an idea of how it's done, start your own! It's so easy to record yourself nowadays and find an audience to share and debate your opinions with. Just make sure to keep internet safety in mind when sharing with your audience.
  • Talk about film as often as you can
    Sharing your thoughts and opinions in a film club or with friends will help you develop your voice and lead to new film discoveries.

Follow the above steps and continue to pursue your passion for film, and we'll be very excited to hear from you when the next opportunity to apply arrives!

In the meantime, check out what our current reporters are up to over on the Get Into Film YouTube channel.

Boys and girls filming a piece of paper

Film of the Month

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