SCOTLAND’S film critics of the future can grab the spotlight in a competition organised by The Herald and IntoFilm. The education charity gives young people from ages 5-19 the chance to watch and make films. It also runs the annual Into Film Festival, offering free access to movies. This year’s event, from November 7-23, includes new titles The Grinch, Nativity Rocks! and the Palme d’Or winning Shoplifters, recent releases including They Shall Not Grow Old: Peter Jackson's pioneering new war documentary, and classic comedy Some Like It Hot.

The competition will be for two age groups: ages 5-11 and 12-18. Entrants, who must live in Scotland, can review any title in the IntoFilm festival and the deadline has been extended to to November 26.

The winner in each category will have a review published in The Herald and receive a bag of film merchandise.

How to enter: ask your teacher, youth group leader or home educator to visit to see what is showing near you.

Send your review, which should be a maximum of 300 words, to or post free to FREEPOST RTAE-BAZG-CSZZ, FILMCLUB Damasco House, 31 Islington Green, London N1 8DU.