As part of Youth Film Access Festival’s Films for Future weekender, we will be showcasing a selection of short films that explore our relationship with the environment from different perspectives using a wide range of techniques. All short films in this showcase were part of past Youth Film Access Festival Editions.
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Films in the programme:
Nomad (Adam Andreas, Fiction, 2019)
Synopsis: The earth continues to have technological innovations interwoven between reality. A nomad wanders to replace metallic looking plugged-in flowers with real ones.
The Nairn Strikers (Rowen Henderson, Documentary, 2019)
Synopsis: Two boys from the highland beach town of Nairn share their story of being a driving force behind local climate strikes.
Over the Edge (Se Jin Park, Pin-Erh Chen, Experimental, 2020)
Synopsis: The edge between man-made area and natural area seems clear and stable. However, the green area keeps retreating because of the invasion and consumption of humans.
Pandora’s Box (Eva Magdic Govedarica, Experimental, 2020)
Synopsis: In the ancient world, the gods created a box which contained all the evils of the world and if opened, they would be released all over the Earth. Today, gods have nothing to do with the bin of human waste which has the power to eradicate us all if we don’t act soon.
Preserve (Lucinda Lewis, Experimental, 2020)
Synopsis: Preserve tells the story of Patricia who longs for the escapism and solitude of the wilderness. A time where she can read, eat jam sandwiches, and be free from the horrors of her home.
View all films here.