COP26 is coming to Glasgow in November and SYFF have partnered with the National Library of Scotland’s Moving Image Archive and ScottishPower to launch a film competition designed to give young Scots a voice at this historic event.
We want you to make a film on the theme of Change. How does climate change impact you? Have you changed your behaviour because of it? What do we need to change to ensure a greener future?
It’s up to you.
Shortlisted films will be announced at this year’s Scottish Youth Film Festival and winning films will receive their prizes at a special event to be held during COP26.
Please don’t use copyrighted music.
For free sound effects go to freesound.org
Please credit the artists and the website in your credits.
Click on the FilmFreeway link below to upload your films. Please click on the option to make them downloadable.
These clips from the National Library of Scotland’s Moving Image Archive show scenes from Scotland’s past.
You can download these clips and use them in your film if any of them are relevant or you could use them as the basis for your film.
It really is up to you.
Wealth of a Nation (1938) - https://vimeo.com/553398723
New Towns (1969) - https://vimeo.com/553396746
The Big Mill (1963) - https://vimeo.com/553397864
Life in the Scottish Highlands:Population & Social Problems (1968) - https://vimeo.com/553396002
Busman’s Holiday (1959) - https://vimeo.com/553395623
Click on the link to Vimeo and then click the download option if you’d like to use the clip in your film.