Visionaries – Youth in High Definition
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Visionaries – Youth in High Definition
Visionaries: Youth in High Definition

Visionaries: Youth in High Definition

Date: 28 November, 12-8pm | Location: BFI Southbank, London

Future Film in partnership with TrueTube presents Visionaries: Youth in High Definition, a day of film and activities where you can discover the power young people have to make a difference. Come and check out a huge collection of films (made by young filmmakers) that demonstrate the positive impact young people have on their communities and the world around them, and get involved with live debate, workshops and Q&As with some of the liveliest young minds in the country.

For details of the screenings, Q&As and how to book for the workshops, visit the BFI site.

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