Video Competition & Film Screening On March 12

January 23, 2020 | 0 Comments

Bermuda Advocates for Safe Technology [BAST] is inviting all students to participate in this year’s Student Video Competition, with the winners to be presented with a prize and have their videos screened before the feature film ‘Generation Zapped’ on Thursday, March 12 at 7.00pm at the Bermuda Underwater Exploration Institute [BUEI].

A spokesperson said, “Bermuda Advocates for Safe Technology is inviting all students to participate in this year’s Student Video Competition.

“Dr. David Carpenter MD Harvard, who appears in the documentary film Generation Zapped, will view and select the two best videos.

“The winners will be presented with a prize and have their videos screened before our feature film ‘Generation Zapped’ on Thursday, March 12 at 7.00pm at BUEI, after which Dr. Carpenter will be conducting a question and answer session.”

Zapped_Poster(2020)

“Students who are interested in investigating electromagnetic frequencies [EMFs] can make a video featuring any of these ideas and more: effects of Wi-Fi on plants, dangers of 5G, effects of cell towers on neighbourhoods, effects of wearing a cell phone, using a cell phone not on speaker, compulsive use of wireless technology, etc.

“Videos can be simple, but students will have brainstormed, researched, interviewed, filmed and presented their views on the impact of EMFs and can put forward recommendations for protective solutions.

“Students can work individually, as a group, or as part of a science/technology class to create a two to five minute video.

“If you wish to borrow a meter to do some EMF measurements for your video, please contact Sacha at bastinbermuda@gmail.com. You can also view our Facebook page for lots of info on EMFs and wireless technology. The deadline for submitted videos is February 28.

“The ‘Generation Zapped’ screening will take place on March 12 at BUEI at 7.30pm.

Trailer for Generation Zapped:

“Dr. David Carpenter MD, current Director of the Institute for Health and The Environment, a collaborating centre of the World Health Organization and Professor of Environmental Health Sciences, School of Public Health, University of Albany, will host this a question and answer session at the end of the film.

“BAST encourages our youth to participate and Bermuda to listen to the voices of tomorrow, the future environmental stewards of our island home. For more information, contact Sacha Blackburne on 293-5088 or email bastinbermuda@gmail.com.”

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