SBS Celebrates National Youth Week

...by telling your stories! Find out more about our five finalists in these feature articles. 

 

 

Atak was born in what is now South Sudan during the Second Sudanese Civil War. His film is dedicated to those he left behind.
Living with gender dysphoria wasn’t the only thing that made Taz’s childhood and teen years more complicated than most people’s.
Caitlin spends a lot of time trying to figure out whether she sees the world in the same way other people do. But it hasn’t always been this way.
Coming into the media spotlight, particularly through social media, has been both incredibly rewarding and confronting for Stephanie
Anthony chose to combat these stereotypes through one of the most powerful tools there is; comedy.

Production Credits

Foundation for Young Australians

SBS is teaming up with the Foundation for Young Australians to turn your ideas into short films for TV.
Are you a teacher?

Engage your students with the Youth Week films using this free curriculum-mapped classroom resource (years 7-10)

 

English, Media Arts and more... 

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