Kids from Stawell Neighbourhood House's school holiday program made a short film for festival

Film festival: Annie and Jaala (pictured) watching their film Cloudy with a Chance of Donuts, which was part of the youth film festival. Picture: supplied.

Film festival: Annie and Jaala (pictured) watching their film Cloudy with a Chance of Donuts, which was part of the youth film festival. Picture: supplied.

A youth film festival at Stawell Neighbourhood House showcased ‘sTALL’s Stories’. 

Fifty people attended the festival, with a barbecue following the launch of the films. 

The films were made by young people, including a group from Stawell Neighbourhood House’s school holiday program. 

The group from the school holiday program made a short claymation film called ‘Cloudy with a Chance of Donuts’. 

Cloudy with a Chance of Donuts

Other films shown at the festival included a movie made for Tropfest, the world's largest short film festival, by Grampians Community Health Centre’s Young Active Persons group. 

Two movies, created by Gembrook Primary School in response to the Black Saturday bushfires, called ‘Life in the Bush’ and ‘A Message from Gem Gem’ were shown.

The SPACI Young Ones movie ‘JUMP CUT” was also shown.

The festival was funded by the Victorian Government Office of Youth.