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What's OnInto Film Awards at Odeon Luxe Leicester Square

Showcasing the best home-grown filmmaking talent from across the UK!
  • Dates 04/03/2019 - 04/03/2019
  • Location 24-26 Leicester Square, WC2H 7LQ
  • Price Free
Bringing you the pick of the bunchCelebrating creativity and young people making films, the annual Into Film Awards is one of the biggest youth focused film awards in the UK.This year’s awards ceremony is taking place on Monday 4th March at Odeon Luxe in Leicester Square, London’s home of film.It's the best place to showcase young film-making talent, with categories designed to find the most talented filmmakers, reviewers and educators from any background.Young people between 5-19 years old from across the UK have been submitting short films, made at their schools, colleges, Into Film Clubs and youth groups, for the annual Awards ceremony.If you’re in town look out for famous faces and incredible talent from across the film industry who will be on hand to present the Awards to each lucky winner.Keep up to date with all the action as it happens on our social media channels and check out our Instagram stories!Watch all the nominated filmsThis year’s Into Film Awards presented a wide range of topics, mostly reflecting young people’s growing social conscience.Topics covered include food banks, anti-bullying, Trump, child online grooming and internet safety, Brexit, the miners, and history through the eyes of their grandparents.View all the nominees here.Michael Sheen, Actor and Ambassador for Into Film, commented;
“The Into Film Awards are a great moment for young people across the UK from varying backgrounds to be celebrated for their creativity and achievements in film and film making.They serve as an important reminder, that talent is everywhere, and that film and the arts have a huge role to play in young people’s lives and learning.”
The Into Film Awards is brought to you in partnership with the BFI, National Lottery and Northern Ireland Screen.

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