28th September 2007 at 01:00
Zombies, mobile phones, Mary, Queen of Scots and Dr Why (a take-off of Dr Who) feature in an hour-long programme of short films, pop videos and animations showing at the Glasgow Film Theatre tomorrow at 12 noon.

Young Talent on the Big Screen highlights the creativity of young people with disabilities or mental health problems who have been working with the specialist arts organisation Project Ability.

The certificate PG programme includes work by Project Ability's advanced film making group. Also screening is Mary, Queen of Scots, a film by St Oswald's Secondary in Glasgow, which has been shortlisted for the mainstream Co operative Young Film Makers Festival. Work by young people from Ethnic Enable and Gartnavel Royal Hospital School will also be shown.


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