EXPLORE YOUR IDENTITY AND CELEBRATE DIVERSITY THROUGH A SHORT DANCE FILM
Our Safe to Be Me™ project supports young people to feel safe and confident in who they are. This exciting project uses dance to discuss topics such as racism, homophobia, bigotry, ableism, and transphobia.
We are challenging young people between the ages of 12 – 23 to create 1-minute dance films on their phones, to specially scored music tracks. The films should explore the core themes of Safe to Be Me™ and be a creative expression of identity, acceptance, and respect through the voices of young people.
Five exceptional films will be chosen at the end of the challenge for a special showcasing opportunity during our digital Safe to Be Me™ festival in May 2021.
All tracks provided by Intercultural Youth Scotland. Credit for the tracks are as follows:
- Broken Bones – Danny Cliff x Casso
- Dark – El Richie (produced by J'Nanda)
- Solo Guai (Trouble) – Granoke (produced by J'Nanda)
- Society Let Me In – Queen Of Harps x Aiitee (produced by J'Nanda)
Deadline: 26 April 2021
When you have created your film, and are ready to submit, please fill out this form and upload your video here.
If you are over 18, we will need an email address in order to contact you.
If you are under 18, we require parental/guardian consent in order to accept your film submission. We cannot accept an entry without this information. Please ensure that your parent/guardian provides a signature, and please provide your parent/guardian’s email address when submitting, not your own.