“We are horrified and saddened by the recent events in Paris”, states Canadian filmmaker Slater Jewell-Kemker. “We feel that now, more than ever, we need to stand together and move forward into a caring, just sustainable world. This includes discovering and hopefully influencing the outcome of the UN Climate Change Conference, COP21 to be held in Paris at the end of this month.”
The 23 year old filmmaker is filming since almost 8 years the Global Youth Climate Movement and kids on the front lines of climate change. Her feature documentary An Inconvenient Youth that was shot in 8 countries with 200 hours of footage will premier next year.
“Please help me get to and film in Paris. The outcome of negotiations is critical for the planet! I am going to capture it guerilla style ONE MORE TIME with a tiny crew. We are scared but undaunted”, says the young filmmaker who will screen a 27 minute preview and a 3 minute trailer of An Inconvenient Youth in Paris. If you want to find out more and support this project, please click here.