US Global Cohesion Project
The US/Global Cohesion project was designed to promote co-operation and the sharing of skills, knowledge and ideas between developed or developing countries, for those young people who are from various communities, but had not been able to travel with peers to experience different cultures and traditions. The overall objectives of the program enabled the students to explore and challenge any stereotypical, negative, unmotivated behaviour and social/educational expectations associated with youth culture in the UK, while gaining the opportunity to explore wider cultural issues and communities in order to challenge and address their own motivation, aspirations and ambitions, encouraging educational, social an professional success.
The Youth of Inspired Futures (short version)
Take a look at our short film, introducing some of our young people and their views on life, education and through their eyes. CLICK HERE to watch the extended version.
Powerless by ‘Daniel Brewster
Please check out the video of one of our Alumni’s (Daniel) final BA Degree film piece. The short film delves into abuse and it’s many forms.
Young Woyzeck Film
We celebrate the debut of one our youngest mentee’s Tereon Jameel Tristan Evans. He’s active and larger than life attitude, gave him all the necessary credentials to play a young John Boyega in the advert for the theatre performance “Woyzeck” at Old Vic Theatre, London.
The scene is set in 1980s Berlin. The Cold War rages and the world sits at a crossroads between Capitalism and Communism. On the border between East and West, a young soldier (John Boyega) and the love of his life are desperately trying to build a better future for their child.
At the age of only 9, Inspired Futures salutes his achievement. Look out for this young man in the future.
Woyzeck | The Old Vic
The multi-award-winning Jack Thorne (This is England, Let The Right One In, Harry Potter and the Cursed Child) breathes new life into Woyzeck, one of the most extraordinary plays ever written.
It’s 1980s Berlin. The Cold War rages and the world sits at a crossroads between Capitalism and Communism. On the border between East and West, a young soldier (John Boyega) and the love of his life are desperately trying to build a better future for their child.
But the cost of escaping poverty is high in this searing tale of the people society leaves behind.
:FHPC is a universal acronym for FAIR HONEST POSITIVE CREATIVE. Its creation intention is to be globally shared, helping humans move away from the paradigm of compete and consume, and move toward the paradigm of cooperate and conserve to accelerate the movement towards a better people and planet. fhpc.men.
Our Beautiful Brother
The Film features Shaquille’s sisters: Olivia Pryce, Sherelle Goather, Jennica Smith and Tahirah Smith talking about their wonderful brother and the effect his murder has had on them and their family.
Changing Change – Ben Eine
Known for his grandiose and distinctive letter form art, Ben Eine has used his incredible talent to create a piece of wall art as commemoration to Tom-Louis Easton, a young man who tragically lost his life in terrible circumstances in Old Street, London in 2006.
I Am Who?
Award winning poetry film that inspires great hope in our younger generation. Eloquent, powerful and confidently expresses thoughts and interests that would leave most adults watching open mouthed in humbled awe.