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Anti-Social Behaviour - The Impact on a Community

The documentary tackles anti-social behaviour in a local community, hoping to bring about social change. The students choose the eight types of behaviour that Staffordshire Police deal with on a regular basis.

The film aims to educate other students across Staffordshire about the effects that anti-social behaviour has on their community. It also aims to help young people to learn from their experiences, including the behaviour of older members of the public, to create resilient and caring places to live.

  • Chris Parr
  • Chris Parr
  • Chris Parr
  • Ashley
    Key Cast
  • Alex
    Key Cast
  • Faith
    Key Cast
  • Isabelle
    Key Cast
  • Justice
    Key Cast
  • Katie
    Key Cast
  • Megan
    Key Cast
  • Oliver
    Key Cast
  • Project Type:
    Documentary, Student
  • Runtime:
    10 minutes 24 seconds
  • Completion Date:
    December 21, 2018
  • Country of Origin:
    United Kingdom
  • Country of Filming:
    United Kingdom
  • Language:
  • Shooting Format:
    Sony Handheld
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  • First-time Filmmaker:
  • Student Project:
Director Biography - Chris Parr

Chris is a hardworking individual and a creative talent. He started his learning journey as a craftsman, designing and manufacturing wooden fireplaces, showing his versatility by gaining practical skills from working with raw timber through to the finished furniture assembly. After serving his apprenticeship, he studied as a full time mature student.

His qualifications include: BTEC National Diploma in Sports Science, Diploma in Youth and Community Studies, a Foundation Degree for Teaching Assistants before he graduated at Staffordshire University with a Bachelor of Arts Degree with Honours in Education.

His work experience during the last 20 years covers a wide range of roles within the public sector. These have included play-scheme leadership, youth, community and education work, high school mentoring, teaching support at key stages 2, 3 & 4, student assessment, library and learning resource centre management, media promotion and as an extended schools officer, working with students, staff and members of the community.

He has worked with various groups of young people in his portfolio. These being: disadvantaged youth, special educational needs, pupil premium, gifted and talented and student volunteers. He has also worked alongside staff at all levels including community officers, teachers and student support, senior managers, head teachers and business leaders.

He believes that young people can make a positive contribution in the creation of resources for their own community. He continues to inspire individuals and small groups to produce literature, art, film, photography and audio where these experiences can be shared responsibly. He engages people throughout this empowerment process, motivates learners and helps to keep them captivated in the learning.

Chris has a great passion in continuing to make a difference by working with more talented students, young people and dedicated professionals.

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Director Statement

Stoke-On-Trent Filmmaker in Education & Media Support. Working with Schools, Young People & Communities in a Social Enterprise.