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The Golden Owl Awards 2014!

Date: 31 Oct 2013

Celebrating the best of young people’s filmmaking across the city, for young people (groups, schools, individuals) aged 19* and younger. Enter your film(s) now!
The Golden Owl Awards 2014 celebrate the best of young people’s filmmaking across the city and offer an opportunity for you to see your work on a big screen in front of an audience of friends, parents, carers, teachers, filmmaking professionals and other young film enthusiasts.

The ceremony takes place on the evening of Wednesday 2 April 2014 at Leeds Town Hall and will be the opening ceremony for Leeds Young Film Festival. It will be a ticketed, black tie event with celebrities and dignitaries from the film, civic, education and business worlds.

Who can enter?
Any young person from Leeds who has made a short film since January 2013 can submit to this competition. We welcome submissions from individuals or groups of friends, youth and community groups, schools and colleges.

Will all films be shown?
Not all films entered into the competition will be screened. Edited highlights of shortlisted films will be shown at the award ceremony and winning films will be screened in Leeds Young Film Festival as part of the Closing Gala on Friday 11 April 2014.

What sort of films are we looking for?
Films can be of any genre or type including comedy, horror, drama, animation or documentary. This includes music, skate and promo videos. For schools and colleges submissions can include films produced in lesson time or as extra curricular activity and can be made as part of a project, for fun or as a specific commission. Trailers will not be accepted – only complete films

All the details you need to join in are here - do it!

*25 for vulnerable adults or people with physical impairments

Deadline for entries 7 February 2014

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