Why host a screening of Backtrack Boys?

Backtrack Boys is an observational documentary filmed over 2 years that explores BackTrack’s philosophy in action and the journey of the kids under their care.

Backtrack Boys film reveals how the program helps young people to navigate their relationships, deal with personal trauma, take responsibility for their own decisions and gain practical job skills so that they can eventually create a sustainable future for themselves.

The power of documentary storytelling engages audiences, shifts views and creates conversations. By hosting a screening you can share the extraordinary impact of Backtrack’s unconventional way of working and how it helps keep kids out of juvenile detention and change their lives forever.

• Raise money for your organisation by selling tickets to the screening
• Raise money to start a BackTrack Youth Works training program in your town
• Raise money for BackTrack Youth Works as a supporter
• Raise money for the Backtrack Boys film regional and rural tour

• Educate your network on young people’s issues
• Build support and understanding of the work your organisation does
• Recruit supporters and volunteers

• Backtrack Boys film engages audiences and you can start a discussion about young people and services in your community by organising a Q&As or panel discussion – this gives everyone the opportunity to learn more and share their perspective on the issues raised in the film.
• Communities can use this film to bring together senior decision makers, police, local government, education and service providers, youth organisations and young people to explore alternatives to locking kids up in juvenile detention and focus on prevention programs.

For any questions please email   info@backtrackboys.com

Every school, every town, has troubled kids who will end up dead or in jail, if nobody gives them the love they need. We usually fail these kids, but we don’t need to. Backtrack Boys is grounded, human, real, and hard, but so heartening. If you are a TEACHER I think it will help you from the very first minute, YOUTHWORKERS, COUNSELLORS, and of course parents will learn so much of use about helping kids with their emotions, and their healing and hopes.”

Steve Biddulph, Raising Boys