Talented young filmmakers shortlisted for prestigious awards
We are delighted to announce the shortlisted finalists for the 9th annual Moving Image Awards.
The awards, which were launched in 2014 in collaboration with the British Film Institute, celebrates the best work created by Film and Media Studies students aged 14-19 at schools and colleges from around the UK. The competition has gained support from leading figures within the film industry including film critic Anna Smith and screenwriter Kate Leys.
Commenting on the shortlist is our Film Studies subject officer, Jenny Stewart: “Congratulations to all students who submitted work this year. The judges were impressed by the outstanding quality of work and had a tough time shortlisting! The moving image work and screenplays are imaginative, engaging and technically sophisticated. Thank you to all teachers and students for your excellent work. I look forward to celebrating your achievements with you all at the ceremony.”
The full shortlist is available to view online.
Diverse range of talent
Every year, our panel of esteemed judges have the difficult job of shortlisting and then choosing a winner for each category. There are 5 categories in total: Best Short Film, Music Video, Animation, TV/Film Extract and Screenplay.
Judges continue to be astonished by the quality of entrants, which showcase a diverse range of talent in all aspects of filmmaking. Previous shortlisted entrants and winners are available to view from our YouTube channel.
The 5 category winners will be revealed at our dazzling awards ceremony which will be held at the British Film Institute, London in February. Guests will be entertained by some very special industry guests which will be revealed in early 2023.
For further information visit the Moving Image Awards website.