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Into Film and Encounters Short Film Festival have teamed up to present a selection of great short films suitable for ages 14 - 16, all of which were programmed by young people at an Into Film workshop in June this year. Including animation, live action and documentary the films explore a variety of stories and issues relevant to teenagers. Touching on bullying at a Greek high school, brotherly love, and the inner thoughts of a young blind woman to imaginative animated tales of life after a tsunami, overcoming bad habits and even a toe-tapping journey through musical genres. This is an inspiring selection of short films for teens, chosen by teens. Films in this collection are: Slaves to the Rave, Proefhis Greek School Prayer, The Meek, Three Brothers, Tsunami, Exploring the Mind of Alexandra Mackie.
This programme has not been certified by the BBFC. Into Film suggest it is engaging for ages 14-19. Please note some of the films contain moderate bad language.
Five short films by female directors as part of the Encounters Film Festival
14+ years 62 mins
Time-travelling chickens, a clockwork family and clumsy undertakers are some of the characters found in this fantastic programme of shorts.
11+ years 80 mins
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14+ years 84 mins
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Film Programming Manager Kirsten attended this year's Encounters Short and Animation Film Festival, to seek out the festival's best short films and animations.
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