EFFA YOUTH | YOUTH UNSTOPPABLE SCREENING & YOUTH FORUM

1.00pm – 3.30pm | Sunday 26 October | Palace Westgarth Cinema

Be inspired by young filmmaker and environmental activist Slater Jewell-Kemker, as she follows the stories of youth activists from around the world in her debut documentary, Youth Unstoppable.

Then have your say at the EFFA Youth Forum, sharing your ideas about our future and the changes you’d like to make and be part of.

This session is open to students of secondary school age, and will be delivered by and for young people.

Tickets are $14 (students), plus booking fee.

ABOUT THE FILM

Slater Jewell-Kemker | Canada | 2018 | 91 mins

At just 15 years-of-age, filmmaker Slater Jewell-Kemker began attending environmental summits, camera in hand and ready to make a difference.

Just 10 years later, she’s presenting on international climate panels with Greta Thunberg, and encouraging young people around the world to share their stories and campaign for action.

Slater takes us behind the scene of the global youth movement filmed over the course of a decade, sharing the highs and lows of climate activism, and highlighting the inspiring voices and fierce determination of those who are too young to vote, but whose futures are being shaped by decisions made by those in power today.

Youth Unstoppable reinforces that it’s not too late to save our planet, but that we must all act together, and push for bold decisions from those in power, regardless of political interests.

YOUTH FORUM | HAVE YOUR SAY!

Youth Unstoppable presents a hopeful vision for the future of our planet, and shares insights from the inspiring young people who will lead us there – like you!

EFFA invites you to join the Youth Forum discussion following this film, which will be led by the Darebin Youth Jury.

This special EFFA Youth session is made possible thanks to the support of City of Darebin Council.

Thanks to all EFFA 2019 partners for their generous supporting in making this year’s festival possible, including major partner, Bank Australia, government partner, City of Darebin, and supporting partner Monash University.