The Fan Carpet’s Marc Jason Ali spoke to Amma Asante, Morfydd Clark, Ceyln Jones and more about the importance of the Into Film Awards
The Fan Carpet's Marc Jason Ali spoke to Amma Asante, Michael Sheen, Stephen Mangan, Nicholas Pinnock, Celyn Jones, Kieran Bew, Lizo Mzimba, Tom Prior, David Gyasi, Sara Bennett and Morfydd Clark about the importance of Into Film Awards.
14 UK schools and young filmmakers recognised by leading film talent including Michael Sheen, Simon Pegg and Ed Skrein at ceremonyInto Film today announced the recipients of its 2nd annual Into Film Awards, which pay tribute to outstanding 5 – 19 year olds from across the UK who have demonstrated exceptional achievements in filmmaking and film reviewing. The education organisation, supported by the BFI through Lottery funding, honoured the young filmmakers during a formal red carpet ceremony at Odeon Leicester Square.
About Into Film
Into Film seeks to put film at the heart of children and young people’s learning and personal development. Our ambitious UK-wide programme provides 5-19 year olds with unparalleled opportunities to experience film and the moving image creatively and critically, as well as learning about the film industry and careers within it. To achieve this Into Film is;
• Working with the education and informal youth sectors to support and promote learning through and about film
• Partnering with industry to enhance the appreciation and understanding of film
• Taking advantage of the learning solutions made possible by digital technology
Into Film incorporates the legacy of two leading film education charities, First Light and FILMCLUB, and will be working together with a range of partners in England, Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales. Into Film is supported by the BFI, together with funding from the film industry and a number of other sources.
Into Film is a trading name of Film Nation UK
Registered charity number 1154030
Registered Office: 31 Islington Green, London, N1 8DU