Actionwork is looking for young filmmakers
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A THEATRE company is asking young people to get involved in making a short film on cyber bullying and staying safe online.
Weston Actionwork has received £300 from Cadbury to produce the film which will be given to schools in the area for free.
Andy Hickson, director at Actionwork, said: “We want the film to be led by young people.
“It will be a fun, engaging and educational film to show how to stay safe online and it will be made and edited locally.
“They can decide what they think is important to be in this film and the best way of delivering a positive message.
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“It’s an issue close to our hearts at Actionwork.”
Young people in school years eight to 13 can get involved, and there is no experience of filming or performing necessary.
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To get involved, contact Andy on 01934 815163 or email email@example.com