Check out the Into Film Awards!

It’s been busy over at Into Film!

The Into Film Awards are back for 2016!

Into Film are on the look out for the best young filmmakers, film clubs, and teachers of the past twelve months.

The awards will be held in Leicester Square in London next March!

This year’s filmmaking categories are:

  • Best live action film (12 and under / 13 and over)
  • Best documentary (12 and under / 13 and over)
  • Best animation (12 and under / 13 and over)

Click here to enter the filmmaking awards!

Plus there are loads of non-filmmaking categories too:

And non-filmmaking categories:

  • Ones to watch – awards for individual young people who stand out from the crowd – enter here
  • Into Film Club of the year (12 and under / 13 and over) – enter here
  • Teacher of the year – enter here
  • Family film of the year – to be announced in 2016
  • Best review of the year – entered via Into Film’s review of the week competition.

Closing date for submissions is 20 January 2016

Into Film also have another very special announcement too!

Naomie Harris is the latest ambassador for the charity!

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When talking about the role Naomie said, “I’m thrilled to be an Ambassador for Into Film.  I find it incredibly rewarding to be part of an organisation that uses film to inspire, educate and motivate young people.  Into Film has the ability to help set those involved on a journey of discovery, edification, creativity, storytelling and more, which I hold dear to my heart.”

Into Film Ambassadors support the charity in a variety of ways – from visiting young people in their schools and colleges as part of its Behind the Scenes programme, to supporting the Into Film Festival and Into Film Awards – all of which helps Into Film to raise awareness of the work the charity does with young people, helping to enhance and educate young lives.  Naomie joins Into Film Ambassadors Eddie Redmayne, Sir Kenneth Branagh and Michael Sheen.

Watch Into Film Young Reporters try to describe Finding Nemo without saying the word fish…

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