Play Wales has produced this lovely film: This is why play is so important . It celebrates play and highlights its importance for every child. Not surprisingly, outdoors and a sense of freedom is a common theme. Take 15 minutes to watch and enjoy!
Check out the final two productions from the SISI Primary School Film project! Primary school pupils have worked with SISI staff and Media Education to learn about invasive species and film making. Milnes Primary School have created a film about Japanese knotweed - and what we can to do tackle [...]
Two more fantastic films have been released from the Scottish Invasive Species Initiative (SISI) School Film Project Pupils from Bualnaluib Primary School in Wester Ross have created an Introduction to Biosecurity film with some great animations. We hear all about biosecurity and how to protect our natural environment in Scotland [...]
The Scottish Youth Film Foundation in partnership with WWF Scotland and the National Library of Scotland's Moving Image Archive want to see your films about our future. Climate change is happening but what will happen next? Make a film of five minutes or under and submit it to us via [...]
Check out this new film 'Heritage Horizons: Cairngorms 2030' . It showcases the Cairngorms National Park Authority community-led approach to tackling climate change. Inspired by the Gaelic word Dùthchas – meaning the deep-rooted connection between people and nature – it puts the power to tackle the climate and nature crises in [...]
One of the short films made by Rowanbank’s Creative Climate Education Project, Positive Imaginings. The children from Craigmillar, Edinburgh, were asked what future world they would like to see. Watch, listen, enjoy and learn.
The Scottish Youth Film Foundation (SYFF) have recruited a group of young people from all over Scotland, to create COP TV. This daily online broadcast shares what the young people of Scotland think about the climate crisis and the solutions being discussed at COP. Education Scotland and SYFF are offering [...]
Watch this short documentary film by The Lost Woods, telling the story of the creation of the Glasgow Children’s Woodland. This is a legacy project to the COP26 Climate Conference. It’s a heart-warming story about hope and how a local Glasgow group took on an ambitious idea of reaching out [...]