Young Reporter Programme

Do you have a passion for film and love watching old classics as well as the latest releases? Do you fancy yourself as a budding film reporter?  Do you want the opportunity to interview some of the biggest names in film?

If so, then you might want to considering becoming a part of the Into Film Young Reporters Programme!

The Young Reporter Programme provides you with the opportunity to become the voice of Into Film. As a member of the programme you will be given the opportunity to develop your film reporting and reviewing skills, receive a variety of media training and attend exclusive behind-the-scenes events.

If you have any film enthusiasts in your midst, keep an eye on our website and encourage them to get involved when applications are open.

"You'll be surprised at how many opportunities Into Film offer." — Freddie Highmore

Luke Evans

Becoming the voice of Into Film


-    Interview top film talent at red carpet premieres, press Q&As and press junkets
-    Receive media training in film appreciation, film journalism, interview techniques, and vlogging
-    Write film reviews to be published on the Into Film and partner platforms
-    Develop content ideas and record film related vlogs to be released on the Get Into Film YouTube channel
-    Be supported to developskills so that you are comfortable, confident and well placed to carry out the role of a Young Reporter
-    Attend film festivals and report on behalf of Into Film

"I think it's great to be encouraging kids' enthusiasm for film. I think film is such an educator and you can learn so much about other cultures and other people through film." — Jeremy Irvine

Dewi chats to Taron Egerton

Into Film's Young Reporter Dewi was lucky enough to visit Aberystwyth Arts Centre to chat to the Taron Egerton about where it all began. Dewi asks questions about what it takes to be an actor, working with Tom Hardy and Christopher Eccleston and growing up in Wales.

Now is a particularly exciting time to join the Young Reporter Programme as we have recently launched our new Get Into Film YouTube channel. Our channel content is presented by Young People, for young people across the UK and beyond. As part of the programme you could have the chance to bring your ideas to the channel and have your vlogs published.

"I would recommend anyone who is interested in film joining because it gives them amazing opportunities. It's also good for experience if you want to be a presenter in the future." — Eronita, Young Reporter, Into Film


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