The George Town gems are designed to change the narrative around the town and instill confidence and pride among locals.
The project features 15 short films, "gems", created on topics including life in George Town and people from the area, with more gems potentially on the way.
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Anne Cameron, chairwoman of the Future Impact Group, said the program was designed to reclaim the narrative around the town.
"The community identified that we needed to build up community pride and this was one of the ways that we thought would be a good reflection back to the community," she said.
"People loved to live in George Town, they weren't necessarily proud of that fact because there's been some negativity over the past decade."
Ms Cameron said the the public would be impressed by the level of skill involved in the creations, especially from students of Port Dalrymple High School.
"The kids had a ball, they absolutely had a ball," she said.
"The quality is sensational ... the quality is excellent."
The upcoming project exhibition will feature still photography from the gems and a QR code which people can use to view the gem film.
Ms Cameron said that the project would continue to grow and expand in future months as they sought more community involvement.
"We welcome suggestions from the George Town community for subjects for gems," she said.
The project can be viewed at the Jim Mooney Gallery and George Town Library from March 10 to 31 or on the Future Impact Group Facebook page.
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