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KIDS WHO SAVE THE WORLD

What to know: Beautiful, candid shots of five-year-old Zeb helping clean up the beach convey the story very well.
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Recommended age 5-12
3 minutes
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The extraordinary cinematography, incredible concept, and most importantly, the wonderful interviewee make this UK produced, short film Kids Who Save the World a great inside look at how young people see pollution on our planet. The beautiful candid shots of five-year-old Zeb helping clean up the beach convey the story very well. I love the concept and the structure of this film. That, and its thoughtful design make it memorable.

The documentary is narrated by young Zeb who he describes the efforts he and his family take to reduce plastic use, and the dangerous effects plastic has on the ocean life.

I particularly enjoyed the shots on the beach. It is an excellent choice to shoot on the beach to give the audience inside look at the dangers of pollution and what this family is doing to help. The opening sequence introducing Zeb is very well executed. Showing him at home in his own environment shows us what a well-rounded kid he is. Zeb makes a wonderful narrator. His thoughtful and thorough answers give us insight into the awareness of a young child about pollution. The direction of this film is also quite outstanding, with wonderful visuals from the get go and throughout. The close-ups of the ocean as well as Zeb's face show us the intensity of the subject and what is being done about it. I love seeing young people combating pollution around the world and the idea of showing others ways they can be more green. The film's director, Adam Tyler, is a five-time BAFTA Children's Award winning director and writer.

The message of this film is to drive home the importance of effects of pollution and how young people are instrumental in combating climate change.

I heartily give Kids Who Save the World 5 out of 5 stars and recommend it for ages 5 to 12, plus adults. This film is an excellent choice for a youth and family film festival, because it is well crafted, thoughtful and timely. Reviewed by Erin M., KIDS FIRST! Film Critic

The extraordinary cinematography, incredible concept, and most importantly, the wonderful interviewee make this UK produced, short film Kids Who Save the World a great inside look at how young people see pollution on our planet. The beautiful candid shots of five-year-old Zeb helping clean up the beach convey the story very well. I love the concept and the structure of this film. That, and its thoughtful design make it memorable.

The documentary is narrated by young Zeb who he describes the efforts he and his family take to reduce plastic use, and the dangerous effects plastic has on the ocean life.

I particularly enjoyed the shots on the beach. It is an excellent choice to shoot on the beach to give the audience inside look at the dangers of pollution and what this family is doing to help. The opening sequence introducing Zeb is very well executed. Showing him at home in his own environment shows us what a well-rounded kid he is. Zeb makes a wonderful narrator. His thoughtful and thorough answers give us insight into the awareness of a young child about pollution. The direction of this film is also quite outstanding, with wonderful visuals from the get go and throughout. The close-ups of the ocean as well as Zeb's face show us the intensity of the subject and what is being done about it. I love seeing young people combating pollution around the world and the idea of showing others ways they can be more green. The film's director, Adam Tyler, is a five-time BAFTA Children's Award winning director and writer.

The message of this film is to drive home the importance of effects of pollution and how young people are instrumental in combating climate change.

I heartily give Kids Who Save the World 5 out of 5 stars and recommend it for ages 5 to 12, plus adults. This film is an excellent choice for a youth and family film festival, because it is well crafted, thoughtful and timely. Reviewed by Erin M., KIDS FIRST! Film Critic

This live-action episode follows Zeb on a beach clean as he explains why it is important to protect our waters and sea creatures, and what we can all do to reduce plastic waste.
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