Neasden teenagers make their film debut
Movie by youths screened at the Tricycle Theatre
A comedy film made by young people in Neasden has been screened at a Kilburn theatre.
The short movie follows the lives of two young men as they start their journey of employment - only to experience some surprises along the way.
The film, made by teenagers aged between 13 and 15 living on the Press Road Estate, was proudly premiered at Tricycle Theatre, in High Road, Kilburn, on Friday (15).
Over the past seven years, the Tricycle has been working with youths living on the estate to help improve their confidence, develop their filmmaking skills and realise their potential.
You may also want to watch:
This is the second film young people from the estate have produced with the Tricycle.
Anna Myers, education and social inclusion manager, said: “All the young people have worked really hard to produce this film. They have been involved at every stage of the process and have shown a huge development in their skills and understanding of filmmaking. They should be very proud.”
- 1 'It's heartbreaking': Volunteer slams Mayhew Animal Charity plans
- 2 Brent Council ordered to apologise and pay wheelchair user £27,000
- 3 'Unacceptable' failings in Met's handling of missing sisters
- 4 Who can get a Covid booster jab and how can I book one?
- 5 Derelict land in Kenton transformed by community bio diversity project
- 6 Brent's parks and gardens are big winners of London in Bloom awards
- 7 Women have access to free period packs in six Brent locations
- 8 QPR boss Warburton 'stunned' by Carabao Cup exit
- 9 Doctor fears another covid lockdown as vaccine take up 'wanes'
- 10 Brent residents invited to free Question Time event on climate change