Calling young filmmakers.

The Scottish Youth Film Foundation in partnership with WWF Scotland and the National Library of Scotland's Moving Image Archive want to see your films about our future.

Climate change is happening but what will happen next?

We want to know what you think. A technological utopia? A green paradise? Or are we heading for disaster?

Make a film of five minutes or under and submit it to us via the SYFF website.

Winning films will be preserved as part of the National Library of Scotland's Moving Image Archive, will be shown at the Scottish Youth Film Festival and will take home a selection of prizes.

Film makers must be aged 19 or under and live in Scotland.

Prizes will be awarded in age categories 12 and Under and 13-19 years and awards will be handed out at this year's Scottish Youth Film Festival which will take place in Dumfries in October.

You must be resident in Scotland and 19 years or under.
Films must be five minutes our less.

Overall Rating
  • Cromar Future Group

    This was a special festival to encourage young people to develop climate change films. Some of our youth club members took part, and it was a very positive experience. They got to go to COP26 which was exciting in itself, and see their films on an IMAX screen which was amazing.
    A big THANK YOU to all at the Scottish Youth Film Foundation who made the gala night such a special night.

    November 2021