Apply to become a youth juror for the European Film Awards’ Young Audience Award

If you're aged 12-14 and love film, apply to become a youth juror for the European Film Awards' Young Audience Award. Youth juries in more than 50 cities worldwide watch the same three new European feature films and decide their winner!

To take part in the UK screenings as a youth juror at BFI Southbank London on Sunday 5 May 2019, all you need to do is email a completed application form to education@bfi.org.uk by Monday 29 April. 

The EFA Young Audience Award is designed to recognise the director of a European film that addresses an audience between the ages of 12 and 14.

On 5 May 2019, the three nominated films will be screened simultaneously to an audience aged 12 to 14 in 34 countries across Europe and beyond. Under the guidance of experienced film teachers, they can then discuss and exchange their points of view and connect with their peers across Europe. It is this young audience that will then officiate as a jury and vote to elect the winning film at the end of the screenings.

The three nominated films are:

Find out more on the EFA website

Image: Berni Goldblat's Wallay was one of the three films nominated at last year's Young Audience Award. Youth juries from across Europe voted it as their winner.