The focus of World Film Collective has primarily been on young people. The workshop format has been taken to schools and communities around the world, creating a valuable, transcultural insight into the experience of youth.
Lidia, Alenja and Josh have made this film about the closure of the Tree House, a youth centre in Kilburn that was run by Kids Company. In the film they talk about why they enjoyed going to the Tree House and what it meant to them. They also interview a local resident to get his […]
Scott and Maria interview young people who attended the Tree House, a youth centre in Kilburn, north London that was run by Kids Company. Some of these young people had been going to the Tree House for many years and it had been part of their lives and part of their experience growing up. They […]
This film by Tamesha, Lamar and Sherhyce gives an insight into what young people who attended the Tree House youth centre actually did and why they liked it. There are also comments about how it was different from school. The Tree House was a youth centre run by Kids Company. This film is part of […]
This film by Taya includes interviews with staff members from the Tree House youth centre in Kilburn, north London. The Tree House was run by Kids Company. This films give s a real sense of the emotional impact of the closure of the centre and what it meant to the people who worked there and […]
South Africa has seen a strong growth in interest in Hip Hop music and the emergence of the underground scene is very strong. Heads and Raps takes a look at the underground Hip Hop scene that’s providing SA’s youth with inspiration whilst advancing the movement.