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Youth Unstoppable: The Rise of the Global Youth Climate Movement
Yerba Buena Center for the Arts Wed, Sep 12, 2018 8:00 PM

Slater Jewell-Kemker, Canada. Young Filmmaker Award: A teen's ten-year journey behind the front lines of the largely unseen Global Youth Climate Movement.

Film Info
Director:Natalie Wylie
Year of Production:2018
Premiere Status:San Francisco
Topic:SF Bay Area Filmmaker
Climate Action
Festival Awards
Healthy Food Systems
Women's Environmental Leadership
Youth Empowerment
Running Time:5 min.


This film by elementary student Natalie Wylie addresses the environmental problems of the meat production industry and outlines the benefits of switching to a plant-based diet. Will Harlan, editor in chief of Blue Ridge Outdoors Magazine, offers his perspective.

From loving her cat, to becoming vegetarian, to directing this environmental film short on the long-term effects of our meat-based consumption habits, Wylie has taken broader strides toward environmental activism than many adults three times her age. 


Expected Guest: Director Natalie Wylie

Youth Competition Winner: Elementary School

Natalie WylieNatalie Wylie is 10 years-old and an elementary school student in Burlingame, California. She is a passionate environmentalist, vegetarian, an animal rights activist/volunteer. Her film was inspired by and dedicated to her dog Annie (featured in the film) who passed away 3 weeks after making the film.