BROMSGROVE youngsters are being invited to get involved in an exciting new film making project.

Artist and youth worker Daniel Newell is making a film about what it is like being young in Bromsgrove in 2014.

The six month project needs up to 10 people aged 13 to 19 to be editors, camera operators, sound operators and location scouts.

Anyone interested in being asked to attend an open evening being held at the Health Hub, in Perryfields Road, Sidemoor, from 6pm to 8pm on Tuesday, May 6.

"You don’t need to be a member of a club or have any experience, you don’t need to have a Youtube channel or anything like that, this film project is open to anyone and it will be all about new experiences and new skills," Daniel said.

"You might just find you have a taste for making films, and have some fun too.

“If you think you might like to get involved, please come along to the open evening for more information and have a chat to us. We would love to hear from you.”

The project has been commissioned through Worcestershire County Council’s Positive Activities fund by Bromsgrove District Council, working in partnership with social enterprise Empowering People in Communities.

John Godwin, Bromsgrove District Council’s head of leisure and cultural services, added: “This is an opportunity for a film to be made about young people, by young people - and to do it positively in a supportive learning environment.

"The only requirement to get involved is that you will need to be able to get to the Health Hub on a regular basis.

“We are looking forward to screening the film at the health hub later in the year.”