Key Stage 3+4 - BIG films by Young People

500 young people in 12 countries collaborated with 10 disable and deaf animators and artists, 8 Paralympians, and 2 disabled musicians, exploring the values of the Paralympics and creating a journey for the Paralympic torch, celebrating its history from the birth at Stoke Mandeville Hospital to London 2012.
An animated campaign film promoting healthy lifestyle choices for young people, Hungry for Health was made as part of the British Library's, Campaign! Make an Impact innovative initiative that uses history to inspire young people into active citizenship.
Produced by Titus Salt School and Amandus-Abendroth-Gymnasium School. Four troubled teenagers, with little musical talent, from Saltaire in England and Cuxhaven, in north Germany, enter a magical world triggered by images of the German folktale 'The Musicians of Bremen'. The journey they take, through the vibrant and unusual world of CuxAire, changes them both personally and physically.
An animated short film made by young women from the youth panel at Experience Barnsley Museum to mark the 30th anniversary of the 1984/85 Miner's Strike. The young people re-wrote verses of the song 'Women of the Working Class' that the Women Against Pit Closures used as their anthem on the picket lines.