Young Reporter Programme

Into Film reporter Archie with Emilia Clarke
Into Film reporter Archie with Emilia Clarke

After eight action-packed years, our Get Into Film channels and Young Reporter Programme will be closing in December 2021.

We are so incredibly proud of what our Young Reporters have achieved over the last, action-packed eight years, and how the Get Into Film YouTube channel has grown (30 million views and 39,000 subscribers) to service an expanding audience of young film fans.

As such, the decision to close these channels was not an easy one to make, but our new strategy aims to reach young people in schools through our education programme, rather than directly via social media. We are closing Get Into Film and the Young Reporter programme to enable this renewed focus on education.

The Young Reporter Programme has provided a brilliant development opportunity for so many young people, including Eden, aged 19, who said: "This has been such an amazing experience for me. The idea of how much I've changed over the two years and the opportunities this has given me... the fact that I can say I've met one of my favourite directors in person and got to honestly talk to her and hear her experiences first-hand was incredible."

The one word I'd use to describe my experience with Into Film is 'unforgettable'. I had the most amazing time, and had experiences that I'll never forget.

Young Reporter Finnuala, aged 18

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