The English Gambling Education Hub (EGEH) is launching a Film Competition where groups of young people generate films to raise awareness of gambling harms.
The EGEH film competition celebrates the tremendous talents of young people across England. Entries are open to 11- 25-year-olds from all educational settings, formal and informal, and invites young people to explore the influences and different exposures to gambling, the associated risks and harms, and how to get support.
With filmmaking more accessible than ever, the EGEH believes this competition brings creativity, leadership, and an opportunity to make a change for young people across England.
The winning film will be developed with professional actors and publicised across England.
For more information about the film competition, see below.