UK education charity Into Film is set to host its inaugural awards at London’s Empire Leicester Square.

The awards, held tomorrow (March 24), will pay tribute to outstanding 5-19 year olds who have demonstrated talent and exceptional achievements in filmmaking or film reviewing.

The nominees are to have their films screened to an audience of 600. The winners will be decided by a judging panel comprised of industry professionals including Sir Alan Parker (Evita), David Yates (Harry Potter), Manjinder Virk (Call the Midwife) and Peter Kosminsky (Wolf Hall).

Into Film’s chief executive Paul Reeve said: “We are delighted to be hosting the first ever Into Film Awards, and believe their creation reflects the vibrant role film plays in the cultural, creative and educational lives of young people today.

“We have a diverse and highly talented group of young nominees and hope that this recognition will encourage them to further develop their skills and go on to become part of the next generation of British filmmakers and reviewers.”

Full List of Nominees

Best Film by 13s and Over sponsored by London Film Museum

  • Stalker – Cinemagic Ltd, Belfast
  • Fall – Cornerhouse, Manchester
  • Rapture – Discovery Film School, Dundee

Best Film by 12s and Under sponsored by Universal Pictures

  • Something in the Air – Cut Ltd
  • Blindside – Keith Allot, Pauline Quirke Academy
  • Disastrous Decorators – St. George’s Beneficial C of E Primary School

Into Film Club of the Year: 12s and Under sponsored by 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment

  • Bessacarr Primary School
  • Cleddau Reach VC Primary School
  • Anson Primary School

Into Film Club of the Year: 13s and Over sponsored by Sony Entertainment

  • Sawston School
  • John Paul Academy
  • Ashfield Girls School

Best Documentary sponsored by The Special Treats Production Company

  • Boneyard Shuffle – Picturehouse
  • Paul’s Story – Diana Lomax
  • First Days – Film City Production Agency Ltd

The Golden Morph Best Animation by 12s and Under in association with Aardman Animations

  • The Fire Bird and the Volcano – Winford Primary
  • Monkey & Wombat – Thurstonland School
  • Ug’s First Mammoth – Toby Little

Best Animation by Over 13s

  • Mitchell Goldfield – Emmie and Lilly Thompson
  • Your Voice Sings Not So Soft – BFI Film Academy Students
  • The Boy Who Stayed In – Westfield Arts College

Ones to Watch sponsored by Eon Productions

  • Hope Kemp
  • Ellesha Ballard
  • Kieran Howe
  • Luisa Hindman
  • Sam Hartshorn

Most Inspirational Use of Film in the Classroom nominees

  • Matthew Cornet
  • Pauline Jenkins
  • Claire Dunsire

Children’s Film of the Year (2014) in association with First News

  • Paddington
  • The Lego Movie
  • Guardians of the Galaxy
  • How to Train Your Dragon 2
  • Maleficent
  • Muppets Most Wanted
  • The Boxtrolls
  • Penguins of Madagascar
  • The Hobbit: Battle of the Five Armies
  • The Amazing Spider-Man 2