The Into Film Festival, the world’s biggest, free, film festival for young people aged 5-19, brings the magic and rich educational value of the big screen to life. The Festival is UK wide and runs from 4 – 20 November. www.IntoFilm.org/Festival
Into Film’s 'Green Light to Opening Night’ project allows young people to observe and report on different aspects of the making of a film, offering a unique insight behind the scenes and the variety of jobs.
As part of Into Film's 'Behind The Scenes' programme, top filmmakers - from actors, directors, producers, editors, costume designers, SFX editors and much more - visit schools and colleges to explain their craft and offer advice on getting into the industry.
Taking place at Empire Leicester Square in London on Tuesday March 24 2015, the Into Film Awards celebrated the best young filmmakers, film reviews, teachers and film clubs across the United Kingdom. Watch the speeches from the winners below, presented by some familiar faces from the world of film, including Naomie Harris, Jeremy Irvine and Jamie Blackley.
Look back at some of the winners and nominees from this year's BAFTAs, who our reporters have had the chance to speak to over the past 12 months. Includes interviews with Nicole Kidman on her knowledge of London Underground names, Eddie Redmayne talks 'eyebrow acting' and the team from Pride show how the brilliant British film can inspire a whole generation to get involved with politics.