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We have strict guidlines regarding genre. Please contact Jason for further info.
The public in general, The Way Forward Productions's employees and customers, reflect a diverse set of customs, values and points of view. Don't say anything contradictory or in conflict with the The Way Forward Productions website. Don't be afraid to be yourself, but do so respectfully. This includes not only the obvious (no ethnic slurs, offensive comments, defamatory comments, personal insults, obscenity, etc.) but also proper consideration of privacy and of topics that may be considered objectionable or inflammatory - such as politics and religion. Use your best judgment and be sure to make it clear that the views and opinions expressed are yours alone and do not represent the official views of The Way Forward Productions.
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We support local charities:
Borehamwood Food Bank
Angel Hands Foundation
Elstree and Borehamwood Rotary Club
Any images of minors (under 18) or young participants without adequate proof of age, even if not taking part in the scene. In one case an R18 was cut for sight of a photo of a person's children which came into view while they were having sex. In another, shots of children playing on a beach intercut with lawful adult sexual activity were cut. Eastern European pornography is usually not submitted to the BBFC due to their lower ages of consent for sexual images (14-16), but is available illegally from some shops (images of 16-17 year olds are considered "child" pornography in the UK as of 2003, even though they are over the age of consent of 16 in the UK).
Our film making courses will use film and media to inform and educate people aged 14-19 and 35-60 years of age. Certain social groups are often socially excluded from mainstream learning opportunities at both higher and further education institutions; This project aims to specifically target those who are under-privileged and disadvantaged people who have suffered social and economic deprivation because of either their ethnic backgrounds or past criminal activity to set them on a productive path to achieve the healthy lifestyle most of us take for granted and allow their successful integration back into their meaningful social groups. Using film and media as a mechanism of encouragement to support and educate, we aim to bring awareness and understanding on modern day social issues relating to A.S.B. (Anti-Social Behaviour), knife crime, drugs and alcohol abuse, and in order to promote healthy living, and we will highlight associated preconceptions which can lead to stereotyping. We will encourage their confidence and self-esteem to enhance their creativity and also their ability to work successfully with others from different backgrounds. Using film scripts, production schedules and equipment provided by The Way Forward Productions; participants will gain experience working amongst diverse groups and be rewarded for their work. We will engage with, motivate and inspire our participants by providing training, learning and work placement opportunities with accredited outcomes. Through effective short training courses, taster workshops and master classes; young people and disadvantaged groups will be offered a range of comprehensive training and educational courses which provide a vast wealth of relative experience from established people within the film industry. This will include gaining knowledge and understanding of equal opportunities, diverse languages, prejudice and discrimination, fitness and healthy lifestyles and the impact there actions have. We aim to address these issues by promoting improved attitudes with our innovative approach to learning.