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YES Film Project
YES film project designed by youth group of Shilpa Sayura Foundation to create Child Solder 90m film by up-scaling the Child Solder short created for Adobe Aspire Awards 2013 as a collaborative project between Kandy and Lahugala youth who live 250km apart. The project aims to provide a solution to Youth Employment while addressing the issue of social acceptance of child soldiers returning to civil society after rehabilitation. The YES film project plans to setup a youth social media enterprice, provide education, training and employment for youth to produce digital films on social issues and to become new genertion social film makers to make digital revenu and employment. The project hopes to become sustainable by creating revenue from community and business media services and providing media education setting up a mobile film school to reach under-served youth with creative talents to help them develop digital media skills to be employed in creative fields. This project addressing youth issues in education, training, employment and a globally important social issue of child soldiers shall be completed in one year with the guidance of AYV Lead educators and Film Industry professionals. Uniqness of YES Film Project is that it develops youth, produces a tangible social good and address a global issue concerned with global youth to make positive impact in Society.
Diversity in Canada
This film was made by students from Oaxaca, Mexico and Ottawa, Canada during an AYV visit to Ottawa, Canada. The students saw that their film-making group was incredibly diverse and represented seven countries among the seven team members. This inspired them to create a film which represented the diversity they saw in their group and reflected the diversity of Canada as a whole. The students profile the diversity of their group while explain why people came and come to Canada, and what they achieve there. The highlight of the film is that the students realise that Canadian people from all cultures come together in peace and work together to create a multicultural and happy environment in which to live.
The Arts are not 'Soft Subjects'
This film was created by a group of students who feel that success in education is too often linked to achievements in scientific subjects. This film makes a plea for the Arts, the so-called ‘soft subjects’ illustrating how without a solid creative foundation the world would be much diminished. Inspiration lies at the heart of this film as it tackles the centuries old debate of arts versus sciences. The film is very stylised and the participating students were involved in every aspect from commissioning original music to deciding on the lighting states as well as the sound, camera, scripting and editing of the film.
Adobe Youth Voices Summit
The Adobe Foundation hosted in 2009 the first Adobe Youth Voices Summit, a three-day digital media immersion event for 100 specially selected international youth (ages 14-19) and educators, held at Stanford University. The summit, took place July 30 - Aug. 1, 2009, and brought together youth from undeserved communities around the world for creative workshops focused on all aspects of digital media, including film making, photography, animation and design. The first-of-its-kind summit was designed to empower youth to create media for social change and foster a deeper sense of social and civic engagement.
Beyond Green trailer
Beyond Green is an international documentary film project that asks youth film makers, ages 13-19, from around the world to address the fundamental question about responsibility for the environment. As part of Adobe Youth Voices, the Adobe Foundation collaborated with the Listen Up! Youth Media Network, to produce a series of six documentaries from the United States (Chicago, San Antonio and Worcester), Armenia, Kenya and Colombia.