Psychosis affects the way a person makes sense of the world. For sufferers it can be difficult to tell what is real and what is not.
A group of adults reminisce about games they played when they were younger. The film highlights the importance of having fun.
A short animation about bullying, in particular of people with learning disability or autism.
This film is about Alzheimer's disease, stigma and medical reductionism.
In the corner of a communal studio, Ian Partridge finishes a painting he has been working on for several weeks, and as he starts a new picture - drawing, chatting, singing, painting and over-painti
Andrew was a soldier, after two tours of Helmand, Afghanistan, and a stint in a military prison, he is home. He can't talk about his problems or what he has done.
Debbie is an independent woman, but the prejudice she faces due to her learning disability sometimes makes her life tough. This documentary gives a short insight into her world and experiences.
It’s a well-worn story: the middle-aged man running on empty trades everything in for a second shot at life before it’s too late.
Dreaming is a stop-motion animated fictitious film exploring the lives of a fractured community.
The 'I'm Here Too' booklet and DVD give a public voice to mental health carers in Glasgow. The package has been co-produced by Glasgow Association for Mental Health in partnership with carers from