ABOUT THE CHARITY FILM AWARDS
400 charities have entered the awards this year. See the films and vote for your favourite.
Last Year's Winners
Charity Film of the Year 2019 - Child Bereavement UK #Onemoreminute
People's Choice Charity Film of the Year 2019 - Cats Protection Kozal's Christmas
Nearly 100,000 members of the public voted for their favourite charity films and our expert judges trimmed the shortlist to a list of finalists. See all the category winners here.
Charity Film Awards in the News
Charity Film Awards Founder talks to Steven Sukur on BBC World News
The BFI Review of the Charity Film Awards
Ken Loach has remarked throughout his career that films do not change society, but the films nominated for the Charity Film Awards are having a go at achieving just this, and in many cases successfully. The moving image, since its early days, has been used by charities and other groups as a tool to influence people’s behaviour in a multitude of ways. One of my favourites is... Read More
Interview by London Live with the Friends of Richmond Park
Footage and interviews at the event
The Charity Film Awards were created to demonstrate that in a modern world film-making is the most powerful piece of equipment in the charity communication tool box, to show that the common perception of charities’ video content is incorrect and to praise charitable video that can inspire, incite to action, excite and change behaviour.
The Charity Film Awards is now an established annual event that attracts hundreds of entries from charities, hundreds of thousands of public views and votes, thousands of donations being made to charities that entered, huge PR coverage internationally and millions reactions through social media.
By creating categories based on charity turnover, we were able to judge those with similar budgets on a level playing field. Contact the team to find out more.
Promote - Donate - Celebrate
Increased exposure for charity video content
Donations made directly to good causes throughout the campaign
Celebrating the success of film in fundraising