Commission Colloquial Collective, a professional video, photographic and cohesive tool facilitation company focused on community storytelling.
Glenn Mottershead is a social and cultural based filmmaker and loves community based stories. Glenn made a short film Young and Skint that touches on some of the current topics facing young people, although it does not touch on the issues of their right to vote, it does raise the importance of why they have to vote when people like Jack and Sanchez are struggling to orientate themselves in the real world of work and education. At least the film raises some of the issues suffered by Britain’s young. It is a reminder of the current young voices that need to be listened to and it looks like Jeremy Corbyn’s approach to the young had boosted Labours popularity.
Watch the film and read the article and transcript on the Vimeo page.
YOUNG AND SKINT – Life in the Everyday