“Who Do You Think You Are? The Story of Gray Greg” is a stop motion animation film and tells the story of young gray crayon, Gray Greg. Greg faces stereotyping and identity issues at school because of his differences, but later comes to terms with who he is.
Second Look is a video that explores adult stereotypes of teens. The video asks adults to renew their faith in youth. Teens are made of more than just their faults, they have the potential to be amazingly successful.
We can all feel alienated in this world. In the public service announcement, Don’t Spread The Hate, the audience is introduced to a set of animated characters that choose to segregate and seclude the main character. Life has its cast of personalities who promote nega…
Childhood is considered a precious commodity in this world. To relinquish this treasure at an early age is to give away one of the greatest privileges in life. In A Poem to Teenage Mothers the hard words of one adolescent parent beckons onto her peers not to lose such inno…
Redwood City Adobe Youth Voices Peapod Academy
Adobe Youth Voices Filmmaking Camp at Cinequest selection. This work was created over three weeks as part of the Adobe Youth Voices Filmmaking Camp at Cinequest and premiered March 7, 2009 at a special screening at the Cinequest Film Festival in San Jose, CA.