'Kings Park' documents the history of deinstitutionalization in American state run mental hospitals.
Shot through an electron microscope, 'Messages From Grandma' explores dementia at the microscopic level by examining the medicine meant to help a verbally abusive grandmother by restoring her natur
'Possessed' enters the worlds of four obsessive hoarders, people whose lived are dominated by possessions.
A history of the origins and benefits of art therapy in Scotland, from Joyce Laing OBE, Scotland's first Art Therapist, to the present day.
Kingsway Eye Films present 'Get Real! 2', which follows Glasgow's Kingsway Court residents as they celebrate the anti-dawn raid activism of their neighbours, Noreen Real and Jean Donnachie.
Against the breathtaking background of a childhood spent in the Scottish highlands, a young woman seeks understanding and closure with her father.
During the process of large participation writing workshops with the mental health hospital in Newtownards, this film was created as an illustration of the experiences that were discussed.
A first-hand portrayal of asylum seekers in Scotland, 'Fataki' explains the problems of a man endeavouring to live and work in Glasgow.
A Hearing Voices Network Dundee commission 'Demon Shoes' follows Gavin, a voice hearer. Gavin hears the voices of demon and thinks that red wings are growing from his back.
Noreen Real, Scotswoman Of The Year, takes the road and is treated to a feast of world cuisine from her neighbours as she continues to raise awareness of her Kingsway multi-cultural community.