Wednesday, 7 August 2013

Film Screening - youth making a difference

Contact: Helen Hortle, A Fairer World
P: 6223 1025 E: W:

Location: Hobart
Date of Event: 22 August

Intended Audience: All Teachers and Secondary School Students

All teachers and secondary students are invited to the AWARDS NIGHT of the 'Everybody's Welcome Here' secondary schools short film competition. Also showing will be selected short films from 'Make Some Noise' made by young people about young people making a difference.

University of Tasmania Law Theatre Thursday 22nd August 5.30 - 7.30

These films can be used in the classroom (grades 7+) to engage students in issues such as discrimination, refugees, inequality and responsible citizenship.

The short film competition, run by Justice Action Network, required students to make films less than 3 minutes in length on the theme of anti-discrimination or 'Everybody's Welcome Here'.

Click here for more about the short film competition.

The 'Make Some Noise' short film documentaries "show about people with abnormally large hearts and big-time guts. About people tired of hearing how crappy the world is, and who are actually doing something to change it. People who know how beautiful this world is and who are fighting to make sure it stays that way."

Click here for more information about 'Make Some Noise'.

Film screening flyer.

This screening is presented by A Fairer World in association with UTAS Law School, Justice Action Network and Amnesty International. The film competition is sponsored by the State Cinema and the Tasmanian Peace Trust.

A Fairer World has many teacher resources on social justice and human rights issues available on loan from our library in Battery Point.

Call us to find out how we can support you to be the teacher you want to be.