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What are The FLiX Awards?

The FLiX Awards is an international Oscar-styled film awards celebration for children and young people aged 4-19. The annual event takes place every October celebrating and promoting the creative work of individuals, schools, colleges and community groups.

Designed to encourage and increase participation in film and filmmaking, The FLiX Awards supports development and better connectivity between future talent and the film industry.

If you are involved in making short films in school or college - make sure you get involved!

Why should we get involved with The FLiX Awards?

Think we'll let our Patron Jim Broadbent explain this one...​

How do we get involved?

Connecting your school or college to The ​FLiX Awards is easy! Simply register using the form online and you're ready to go!

How do we submit work?

When you register with The F​LiX Awards we will send you the electronic pack which includes all the documents you'll need and details of how to submit your work

When is the deadline for submissions?

Submissions must be made every year before 5pm 31st July. 

 

An independent panel of industry representatives from across education and film meet during the summer to review all submissions and reach their decisions. Shortlisted films will be notified in September and ticket allocations made for the event in October

What do we win?

Winning films will be announced on the night, with winners taking home the coveted FLiX Awards Trophy along with brand new equipment to help them continue developing support for filmmaking. These prizes are all donated by businesses and supporters of The FLiX Awards.

Who's involved?

The FLiX Awards is supported by an ever expanding and changing list of organisations and individuals, who collaborate to support children and young people's creative and cultural development. The FLiX Awards patron - Academy Award Winning actor Jim Broadbent, spearheads a core team which includes Paradigm Arts and C1 Media. 

Paradigm Arts & C1 Media have spent over 2 decades developing, managing and delivering media education programmes which include The BFI Film Academy, The Young Journalist Academy, BAFTA's Children's Awards, 14-18 NOW Digital Learning Team, Filmmaking Workshops and many more.