Festival Winner: Surviving the Teenage Brain
Festival Winner: Surviving the Teenage Brain

Throw away all of your preconceived ideas about the behaviour and nature of teenagers. New research suggests that without our turbulent teen years the human race would be, as Dr. David Bainbridge puts it in Surviving:) The Teenage Brain, "short lived and stupid."

This popular film which first aired in 2011, took away top honours for Best Documentary in the Science/Medicine/Technology category at the Yorkton Film Festival last weekend.

Congrats to director Elise Swerhone, producer Merit Jansen Carr and the team at Merit Motion Pictures.

 

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