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Rise Up 3: Jamal

Rise Up 3: Jamal – Jamal’s story, told through the lens of his friend Tyler’s handheld camcorder, features a school student in inner-city London with a love of growing and cooking his own food, and a dream of becoming a chef.

This short film is part of the Rise Up series at the centre of How Will You Reboot the Future? – a campaign by Reboot the Future empowering educators to start new conversations on the climate crisis and support young people to take action.

To download the accompanying teaching guide, as well as the inspiration behind the films, a new novella by Jonathon Porritt, visit www.globaldimension.org.uk/resources/campaign-ja

Rise Up 2: Erin

Rise Up 2: Erin – Erin’s story, featuring sweeping footage of the Norfolk coastline, follows a teenager passionately protesting about the climate crisis as she watches her grandfather’s home crumble into the sea.

This short film is part of the Rise Up series at the centre of How Will You Reboot the Future? – a campaign by Reboot the Future empowering educators to start new conversations on the climate crisis and support young people to take action.

To download the accompanying teaching guide, as well as the inspiration behind the films, a new novella by Jonathon Porritt, visit www.globaldimension.org.uk/resources/campaign-erin

Rise Up 1: Lahari

Rise Up 1: Lahari – Lahari’s story, told through a series of TikTok-style videos, features a prospective law student in Mumbai, who uses her platform to influence the law on air pollution.

This short film is part of the Rise Up series at the centre of How Will You Reboot the Future? – a campaign by Reboot the Future empowering educators to start new conversations on the climate crisis and support young people to take action.

To download the accompanying teaching guide, as well as the inspiration behind the films, a new novella by Jonathon Porritt, visit www.globaldimension.org.uk/resources/campaign-lahari

Future Humans

Future Humans – Genetic engineering is now a reality. Scientists can make tiny alterations to an embryo’s cells which means that hereditary diseases like cystic fibrosis could one day be eradicated for good. It could also mean that parents might be able to choose what their baby looks like, or improve its intelligence, or make it a better athlete. What effects will this have on the future of our society? Is genetic engineering good or bad for the human race?

A film by Kim Roden.

Narrated by Bonnie Wright.

Out of Love

Out of Love – In ‘Out of Love’ Kezi and Jess talk honestly about the struggles they faced coming to terms with being both Christian and gay, when it seems to them that the Church has blown the issue of sexuality out of all proportion.

Doorways: Sophie

Doorways: Sophie became homeless at the age of 18 when, with both her parents suffering from serious illnesses, family life became increasingly difficult. Sophie describes her time on the streets and in supported housing as she gradually gets her life back together.

Funded by Essex County Council.

Poverty And Christianity

Poverty And Christianity

TrueTube visited Rev. Stephen Sichel of St. Matthew’s Church in Brixton to ask him about the Christian perspective on poverty.

What is Sacrifice?

What is Sacrifice?

What is most precious to you? What would you be willing to sacrifice? What have you sacrificed? Members of the public share their stories.

Can God Save The Planet?

Can God Save The Planet?

Charlotte Dingle, a young Green activist, goes to Windsor Castle to ask religious leaders gathering there what they are doing about climate change, and why faith is important in the struggle to save our planet.

Losing My Brother

Losing My Brother

Laura’s brother committed suicide. In this incredibly honest and brave interview she discusses how she feels about his decision, what it meant for her life, and what her lasting memories of him are.