About InUnity

InUnity is a youth led film festival promoting volunteering in Wales. The theme of the festival is ‘Making a bigger difference together’. The project is proudly supported by ProMo-Cymru in partnership with WCVA and the #iwill campaign in Wales. It is funded by Welsh Government.

What We’re Looking For

InUnity is committed to showing the boldest and most innovative work from young people (11-25) that challenges the boundaries of filmmaking. 

Submissions are reviewed and selected under the following criteria: 

Fun and Creative 

Inspiring others 

Empowering  

Community Impact 

The Festival accepts short films of 1 to 9 minutes that have been made in the last 2 years. 
There are two categories:

Small Group

Made by a group of between 1 and 4 people

Winner selected by the public

Prize: £75

Large Group

Made by a group of 5 or more people

Winner selected by a judges’ panel

Prize: £125

We welcome projects in any language but ask that subtitles are included if submitting in any language other than English or Welsh.  

InUnity awards 2020

20th March 2020 at 12pm

Meet our design team

The InUnity Film Festival is created by a group of young volunteers

Bedwyr Elias Evans

Bedwyr is a Welsh-speaking student studying Media Production in Cardiff. Originally from West Wales, Bedwyr has been an Urdd ambassador for 2 years and has helped with events such as the Carnival in his local village.

Ewa Ladkowska

Ewa is an actor, writer, set and production runner. Originally from Poland, she grew up in several countries and identifies as a 'third culture kid' (TCK). She has volunteered at many film festivals and couldn't resist another one.

Fizza Khan

Fizza is a journalism student at Cardiff University. Born in Cardiff, she is passionate about social work and is undertaking a placement at ProMo-Cymru. This will be her first time working on a film festival.

Halyna Soltys

Hallie is a BSc Psychology undergraduate. She is an avid traveller and activist and is passionate about all things digital media. Her voluntary work has included GirlGuiding and ProMo-Cymru, to name but a few.

Marwa Mussadiq Khan

Marwa is an international student studying media and creative writing. Originally from Pakistan, she is volunteering at ProMo-Cymru. This will be her first time working on a film festival.

Shahroze Khan

Shahroze is an actor, model and trained versatile singer. He is studying VFX and computer graphics at Cardiff and Vale College. He is an energetic, empathetic, artistic personality who loves to work with different media projects and activities.

Caitlin Ruby Jones

Caitlin is a Welsh speaker from Cardiff, who is studying to be a youth worker. She is a blogger and YouTuber in her spare time and is currently hoping to develop her skills on placement with ProMo-Cymru.

Submit your film

Prizes

Winners will be announced at Gofod3 on Thursday 19th March at the Cardiff City Stadium
£75

£75

Small Group
£125

£125

Large Group

InUnity is no longer accepting submissions.

Thanks for your interest.

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Need help?

Find us at the office

17 West Bute Street,
Cardiff Bay
Cardiff
Wales
CF10 5EP

Give us a ring

Dayana Del Puerto
029 2046 2222
Mon - Fri, 9:30-17:00

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