The Youth Climate Film Project is a collaboration between Keep Scotland Beautiful and Screen Scotland.
As part of the project, youth workers have been trained in film-making techniques, with the aim of transmitting their skills and empowering young people to create their own climate films.
These films can be focussed on: Climate Justice, Consumption or A Vision for the Future. The project will end with ‘The 1.5° Film Festival’ which will be a celebration of the climate change films made by young people.
We are looking for young people in Inverclyde to take part in this project to create a short film. If you are a young person or group that would be interested in working on this project or just want more information about it, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org