Budding young filmmakers – get involved in the #WhatMadeItBetter competition today!

Date: 3rd September 2021
Category: Bullying

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Primary aged children (between P4-P7) and Secondary age young people (under-18) are invited to participate in the #WhatMadeItBetter competition to create imaginative anti-bullying films to be shared and celebrated during Anti-Bullying Week (15-19 November 2021) and beyond.

The #WhatMadeItBetter campaign aims to encourage children to think creatively about the little, or the big things that can help make life better for children experiencing bullying. Young filmmakers are encouraged to create a fun, thoughtful or a challenging three minute film to educate and motivate children across Scotland to feel empowered to seek support, or encourage young people to be kinder to each other by challenging new and old perceptions of bullying.

The competition also provides entrants with the opportunity to learn about the filmmaking process through film guides and videos produced by The Junior Conservatoire of Scotland film lecturers. All resources are available at www.whatmadeitbetter.com.

Deadline for film entries is 12.30pm, 15 October 2021.