Today is the last chance to register to vote, and to raise awareness of the lack of young people registered Dazed has released a short film by Anna Ginsburg with Strange Beast animating real-life interviews with 16-22-year-old Brits.
Bringing their comments to life with animated type and illustrations, Anna’s film offers candid and familiar insights to young people’s views on politicians, government, policy and how they can, or can’t, make a difference. It offers views for and against Labour and Conservative, with comical depictions of both Theresa May and Jeremy Corbyn, and places focus primarily on getting those 30% of under 34s not yet registered to sign up by the end of today.
The animation accompanies an article on Dazed by Charlie Brinkhurst-Cuff titled Us young people need to get our political shit together.
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