Charity in search for budding young film-makers

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SNAP Cymru, Wales’ leading parent partnership organisation, are looking for budding young film-makers from across Wales, to help promote their new Smartphone app. The app, called Wmff!, aims to encourage young people to seek support and advice for themselves and is available in both English and Welsh.

The charity wants young people to think outside the box and produce a short video, which is original, entertaining, related to young people’s issues  – relationships, lack of employment opportunities, drugs, alcohol, sex, smoking, bullying, sexuality, self-harm, education, peer-pressure, mental health – and no longer than 3 minutes. The deadline for the competition is the 31st March with the top five videos being shortlisted. The film-makers selected will have their videos shown on the charity’s website and will be used to promote the app to other young people. To enter your work, please post a link to the video on Wmff’s Twitter page, followed by #Wmff!

For more information on the competition, please contact James.Leigh@snapcymru.org.

Wmff! is available to download on both Apple (via the App Store) and Android devices (via Android App on Google Play). Information can also be accessed via the Wmff! website.

This is a great opportunity for young people in RCT to become recognised for their passion, creativity and dedication to film-making. We know there are a lot of talented young film-makers who read, and are a part of, Wicid so this is an opportunity you shouldn’t miss.

www.snapcymru.org

www.wmff.co.uk

www.twitter.com/snapwmff

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