STUDENTS from Park Community School and artist Nick Meech are getting behind the camera this week to fore the imagination about the Newport Cycle Path project. As part of the ongoing arts and environmental project to revitalise and regenerate the cycle pa

STUDENTS from Park Community School and artist Nick Meech are getting behind the camera this week to fore the imagination about the Newport Cycle Path project.As part of the ongoing arts and environmental project to revitalise and regenerate the cycle path that runs through Newport, the students will be involved in all aspects of creating the short film.It will explore the life cycle of dragonflies whilst commenting on aspects of young peoples' behaviour, specifically in the context of the cycle path. The young people will be filming, acting, directing, creating storyboards, costumes, make up and managing numerous aspects, right down to putting together the credits."The students are taking part in a truly sustainable activity," said Robert Barber, drama teacher at the school."The work on the film will be new and exciting for all of us. This will link the school and our students to part of their landscape that will be experienced by all their community for many years to come."Soundtrack for the film is being provided by Swedish band Mungo Lounge and additional technical support by the Rainbow Collective.Once complete the film can be viewed on YouTube and will also be shown at the Dragonfly Festival in Sweden.