THREE young Scottish filmmakers have won major awards at the Into Film Awards at Odeon Leicester Square.

The ceremony was attended by a host of Hollywood stars, including Oscar winner Eddie Redmayne, Jack Lowden and Bond star Lashana Lynch.

The awards, which celebrate young filmmaking talent across the UK, were collected by Scottish talent including.

18-year-old filmmaker Greta McMillan from Edinburgh won the Changes For A Better World category for her film Change Direction.

McMillan is a wheelchair user and uses her pioneering Eyegaze computer to communicate and make films. McMillan was presented with her award by Eddie Redmayne and Jack Lowden.

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Animator Zoe Low, 16 years-old from Aberdeen, won Best Animation Ages 12 and Up for her stop motion animated film Mia. Zoe received her award from Lucifer star Tom Ellis.

Alex Ribes Cook, 10 years-old from Edinburgh, won Best Animation Ages 11 and Under for his animation The Lonely Polar Bear. He received the award from Pistol star Anson Boon and Doctor Who’s Thaddea Graham.

Actor Lily James said of the Into Film Awards: “Joining a group of like-minded young people creating their own stories and then knowing that they will be seen and appreciated is the real deal, and it gives them the impetus to keep making films and nurture that talent”.

Education charity Into Film announced the winners of the Into Film Awards at a ceremony in ODEON Luxe Leicester Square, London.

Hosted by broadcaster and comedian, Sue Perkins, the event featured celebrity presenters including Lashana Lynch, Eddie Redmayne, Morfydd Clark, Tom Ellis, Joanne Froggatt, Stacey Dooley, Michael Ajao, Anson Boon, Emma Appleton, Ben Shires, Sebastian Croft, Sheyi Cole, Thaddea Graham, Lola Petticrew, and Samuel Adewunmi.

This year’s winners included youth-made films that cover a wide range of themes and topics including disabilities, the impact of lockdown on mental health, climate change, bereavement, OCD and anxiety.