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What Scotland Means To Me

Call out to all young film-makers under the age of 19 living in Scotland

Leave your legacy in the national film archive by submitting a one-minute film to our competition showing what Scotland means to you.

Content can be made using any technology — camera, phone or tablet. It can be: •Any genre •Any theme •Any language.

Create a film as an individual, group, club, school or family.

Films must be submitted as a digital file by Monday 1 October 2018

Full details and guidelines can be found at National Library of Scotland

Upload films via Film Freeway

Earn 150 points from Young Scot with each film submission to redeem for awesome rewards

The winning films will be screened as part of the Scottish Youth Film Festival and preserved in the National Library of Scotland's Moving Image Archive to become a part of Scotland's stories for future generations.

Find out more

For more information, email the Moving Image Archive Learning Officers at movingimagelearning@nls.uk