Dream to Screen Young Film Making Competition Announces Finalists for Public Vote

Finalists for the UK’s newest and quite possibly most exciting young film-makers competition have been chosen and are awaiting the public vote.

The brainchild of Cineworld Cinemas, the competition aims to give talented young people the opportunity to put their movie making vision into reality by providing support, equipment and mentoring from industry professionals.

Called ‘Dream to Screen‘ it is a partnership between the Cineworld Foundation and Media Trust and supported by the Jack Petchey Foundation. For young people with an idea and talent it provides a springboard to greater things and a national release at each Cineworld Cinema with the short film being shown at least once in every venue across the UK.

For those wishing to take a look at the finalists have a look below, all the movies and details have been taken from  www.dreamtoscreen.org and all voting details can be found on there.


Big Jump by Callum Costello

On the day of her grandma’s funeral, Sweet Pea finds an old photo. Using her powerful imagination she surprises everyone with what she creates next. – See more here.

Brush by George O’Regan

An artist takes a journey through cityscapes and spectacular countryside, searching for inspiration to create the perfect landscape. – See more here.

The Cyclist by Sarah Grant

In this short comedy, commuter Bob breaks free from his daily grind and stays on his bicycle for a tour of the inspiring Scottish countryside.  See more here.

Wings by Onysha Collins 

Maliki is autistic and has a difficult relationship with his dad. When his mother dies, Maliki believes he can grow wings and fly up to meet her in the sky – See more here.

Welcome to the Deaf World by William Horsefield

After picking on Charlie for being deaf, Tom’s world is changed when something terrible happens overnight. This film shows that deaf people are not dumb. – See more here.

In order to vote check out the Dream to Screen website here and support the next generation of young British filmaking talent.

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