Plaza screening for youngsters crime prevention film production
A free film on how to prevent crime produced by 10 yong people was screened last night. It was called Crime: True Stories. The youngsters used drama and interviews to reconstruct common crimes such as burglary, assault and hate crime and suggested ways of protecting people against them. Brighter Horizons4u a sefton based counselling service attended the filming sessions to offer support and advice for victims of crime. The project was designed by Christine Physick, the Plaza Cinema director of of creative development and Ian Chapman the director of cottonfield Films in conjunction with Community Foundation for Merseyside and Merseyside Police Authority.