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[VIDEO] 2013 YFEP Film Contest Finalist: Go With Them

This film is one of ten semi-finalists in our 2013 Youth Free Expression Film Contest. LOVE this film? VOTE. You can help it win People’s Choice by liking it on YouTube. “Go With Them” by Matthew Billman Age 18, Universal … Continue reading

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[VIDEO] 2013 YFEP Film Contest Finalist: Video Games in the Crosshairs

This film is one of ten semi-finalists in our 2013 Youth Free Expression Film Contest. LOVE this film? VOTE. You can help it win People’s Choice by liking it on YouTube. “Video Games in the Crosshairs” by Savannah Jossart Age … Continue reading

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[VIDEO] 2013 YFEP Film Contest Finalist: Initial Testing

This film is one of ten semi-finalists in our 2013 Youth Free Expression Film Contest. LOVE this film? VOTE. You can help it win People’s Choice by liking it on YouTube. “Initial Testing” by Austin Guerrero Age 17, Gresham, OR … Continue reading

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[VIDEO] 2013 YFEP Film Contest Finalist: Gaming – My Story

This film is one of ten semi-finalists in our 2013 Youth Free Expression Film Contest. LOVE this film? VOTE. You can help it win People’s Choice by liking it on YouTube. “Gaming: My Story” by Sylvan Gu Age 18, Madison … Continue reading

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[VIDEO] 2013 YFEP Film Contest Finalist: Video Games, the New Art Form

This film is one of ten semi-finalists in our 2013 Youth Free Expression Film Contest. LOVE this film? VOTE. You can help it win People’s Choice by liking it on YouTube. “Video Games: the New Art Form” by Nathaniel Bodnar … Continue reading

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“Banned”: An Impressive Claymation Video About Book Censorship

Matthew Dunbar’s short film is one of our 2012 Youth Free Expression Project Film Contest semifinalists. Like what you see? “Like” this video on YouTube and it could become our 2012 People’s Choice Award Winner!

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VIDEO: When it Comes to Reading Books, Teens Can Speak For Themselves

Often the books we find the most affecting, the most informative are the ones others want to ban or keep us from reading. Alexis Opper’s statement of youth power is one of our 2012 Youth Free Expression Project Film Contest … Continue reading

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