Wales has a record five nominations in this year’s UK-wide Into Film Awards, which seeks to honour the most talented and innovative young filmmakers, reviewers and film clubs in the UK.
It also gives recognition to educators who use film as an education tool. Some of the biggest stars in the industry attend the ceremony, with previous attendees including Daniel Craig, Eddie Redmayne, Lily James, Simon Pegg, Martin Freeman and Naomie Harris.
Welsh actors Rhys Ifans and Luke Evans presented awards at last year’s ceremony, and this year’s will be hosted by top comic actor and author David Walliams at the Odeon Luxe, Leicester Square, in London, on 18 March.
Wales has a record five nominees this year, including 15-year-old Eden Quine-Taylor, from Crickhowell High School, who is competing for the Best Film (12-15 years) award, for her short film ‘I’m the One’. This poetic and impressively staged one-shot film offers a glimpse into the lives of residents in one small town to demonstrate that each one of us…