The BAFTA's (British Academy of Film & Television Arts) are having a competition for a kids presenter at their Children's Awards!
This gives someone the opportunity to film with the BAFTA production crew in November. You'll go behind the scenes of the awards and see how the show comes together!
Do you think you have what it takes?
BAFTA is looking for someone who's friendly, engaging and loves to present. Details on how to apply are below:
To enter you must create a short film (2 minutes maximum) interviewing an older friend or family member about their first film, TV or games memory. It can be a parent, grandparent, teacher, neighbour, older brother or sister - anyone!
In your video please:
1. Introduce your subject
2. Ask your subject to tell you what their first film, TV or games memory is
3. Get some background on the memory - how old were they? Where were they? Who were they with?
4. Why do they remember it? Is it a special memory for them? Has it influenced their taste in film, TV or games?
5. Use the line "reporting for BAFTA Kids" either at the start or end of your film
1. Speak clearly so we can hear you talk
2. Be enthusiastic - we want to see how great you can be!
3. Listen and be interested in your subject. If you're interested - your audience will be too!
4. When you're happy with your video, upload it using the submit form on the BAFTA Kids website (http://www.baftakids.org/node/118)
Entries will be whittled down to a shortlist and the shortlist will be judged by an exciting celebrity jury who will choose the overall winner in October.
Best of luck!