The Golden Owl Awards 2015


ArtForms, Leeds Young Film Festival and Logistik are delighted to present the 2015 Golden Owl Awards, celebrating the talents of young filmmakers from across the city.

What is The Golden Owl Awards?

An exciting filmmaking competition, now in its fourth year, for young people aged 19* and under.

The Golden Owl Awards celebrates the filmmaking talents of individuals, schools, colleges and community groups and offers 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 Oscars style red carpet, black tie extravaganza will be held in the splendour of the Leeds Town Hall on April 1st 2015 and will showcase the best new films from Leeds emerging talent, with awards being presented by celebrities and local dignitaries. Expect to see some famous faces from film and TV, with the sounds of Leeds Youth Jazz Rock and Training Orchestras providing music and entertainment throughout the evening.

* 25 for vulnerable adults or people with physical impairments

How to Apply

CLOSING DATE 5pm 6th FEBRUARY 2015

Download an application form for full instructions on how to submit your film. This year you can send your film by post or electronically. Please download the guidelines PDF here if you want to submit electronically.

We want your films to be the best they can be, so we’ve also created a set of filmmaking tips to help you. Download the Film Tips PDF here.


* 25 for vulnerable adults or people with physical impairments.

DOWNLOAD AN APPLICATION FORM HERE
 

 




Leeds Young Film Maker Festival Logistik  Artforms
0113 247 8398
martin.grund@leeds.gov.uk
www.leedsyoungfilm.com
 
www.logistikgroup.com 0113 3782855
educ.artforms@leeds.gov.uk
www.artformsleeds.co.uk

 

The Golden Owls competition is supported by Leeds City Council through the Leeds Young Film Network, ArtForms and Leeds Young Film Festival in partnership with Logistik. It reflects the Council’s vision for Leeds as a Child Friendly City described in the Children and Young People’s Plan 2011-2015.

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Comments

Anna 28/02/2014 15:05:41
If you would like to see it as a person who wasn't involved in the filmmaking process, may I still come? Regards,Anna

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