Yoof Projekt is a black comedy about the inner workings of youth work, the kids and the council. Shot as a mockumentary, the film centres around a youth project being filmed for the council... See full summary »

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Luke Brown ...
Tony Tyson
Chelly Crompton ...
Carol Small
Daniel Garthwright ...
Phillip Lockheath
Derek Hicks ...
Michael Phelps
Michael Hughes ...
Steven Medley
Kevin Hylton ...
Robin Hayes
Phillip Kendall ...
Kenko
Greg Matthews ...
Lee Hayes
Paul Meagher ...
Luke Casey
Theo Noakes ...
Theo
Michael O'Brian ...
O.B
Michael Ord ...
Jeremy Berry
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DJ Dastardly (as Tony Sabanskis)
David Schofield ...
Pram Dad
Gary Scott ...
Junior Caldwell
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Yoof Projekt is a black comedy about the inner workings of youth work, the kids and the council. Shot as a mockumentary, the film centres around a youth project being filmed for the council and follows it as it becomes a pawn in a power game. Hapless Council, Hopeless Management, Hopeful teenagers and Haphazard Youth work at it's best and worst working with disenfranchised young people to 'Help them better' Yoof Projekt is a satire looking at adults' attitudes towards teenagers and young people. the film follows the exploits of Middle-brook city council employee's as the they attempt to engage the hardest to reach teenagers in their fantastic new youth project specifically designed to curb the excesses of the modern teenager. An arrogant film director is employed to capture and document every moment of the process. Hapless management have already written off the aims objectives and shockingly the outcomes. It is then left to a few disgruntled youth workers to make a success of ... Written by Paul Pritchard

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Young people just need saving from themselves and other people See more »

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Comedy | Drama

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17 November 2010 (UK)  »

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£10,000 (estimated)
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