Newton Q

Evening sessions at the Newton Q Youth Centre in Arbury involved developeing ideas and themes for a short film based upon the young peoples own personal experiences and ideas. This led to discussion and exploration of some serious issues such as cyber bullying. Oblique Arts worked closely with the staff and the young people of the centre to deliver workshops were both inclusive and fun. Using a variety of different film and video techniques (green screen and animations) the young people created a number of short film clips, which led to a final film which was shown by the city council at the Corn Exchange in the city centre.

 

Film maker/ artists Rob Birch and Colin Stevens delivered the project.  This project was funded by Cambridge City Council and Cambridge Development Foundation.