By listening to and supporting youth stories, Scenarios gives young people’s voices a permanent life.
In 2015, our three newest youth-written films (Aleah, House Not Home, and Veracity) became part of the next Scenarios Love and Solidarity curriculum. With the help of dedicated educators, we brought the curriculum and the films into the classrooms. The students responded with stories reflecting their lives.
In fall 2016 we shot our newest NYC film written by a high school junior and directed by Susan Seidelman. In December we will go into production on our newest Cleveland film written by a high school student and co-directed by Bradley Rust Gray and So Yong Kim. These films will inform the newest Scenarios’ curriculum, which will begin development in spring 2017.
In 2017, we plan to expand our programs and to extend our reach to places where youth voices need and demand to be heard. Will you help us get there?