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On edge. Learning about self harm. Dean's Story

On edge. Learning about self harm: Dean's story

Self-harm among young people is a significant and growing public health problem.  One of two films, Dean’s story looks at how a young boy – Dean -  is dealing with an number of difficult feelings....
09-03-2015 / 0 Favourites / 0 Comments
On Edge. Learning about self harm. Millie's story.

On edge. Learning about self harm: Millie's story

Self-harm among young people is a significant and growing public health problem.  One of two films,  Millie’s Story looks at the impact various life events have had on a fictional character’s mental...
09-03-2015 / 0 Favourites / 0 Comments
Help Stop Bullying - Can we call on you?

Help stop bullying. Can we call on you?

Featuring an angry, oversized, radioactive lizard! This is a short film produced by young people to try and help stop bullying, and especially bullying of disabled young people. Made for Future Links...
13-02-2015 / 0 Favourites / 0 Comments
Self harm - an animated film by young people

Self harm - an animated film by young people

A short animation about self harm made by young people at Scarborough Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service (CAMHS). With useful information and suggestions, this is an alternative view to other...
13-02-2015 / 0 Favourites / 0 Comments
Introducing CAMHS

Introduction to CAMHS

An introduction to CAMHS (Child And Adolescent Mental Health Service) made by young people who have used it. Informative and also fun, this tells you what to expect and how you can use it. It...
13-02-2015 / 1 Favourites / 0 Comments
Family therapy. An introduction

Family therapy - an animated introduction

A short animated film explaining Family Therapy and its benefits, made by young people using the Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service. Featuring an animated family who are also a band, this...
13-02-2015 / 0 Favourites / 0 Comments
GROWING-SPACE

Growing Space

Animated documentary about a small charity which makes a huge impact on the lives of adults suffering from mental health problems. It portrays the emotions of adults suffering from these issues and...
11-08-2014 / 1 Favourites / 0 Comments
Simon Says: Psychosis!

Simon Says: Psychosis!

A film about the experience of psychosis and the positive role that early intervention services can play in that often rocky voyage. Subjects explored inlclude: What is psychosis? How does it feel to...
02-07-2014 / 1 Favourites / 0 Comments
100 PEOPLE

100 People

One in five adults and one in five teenagers has a mental health problem, a serious problem where their daily life is affected. Worry, tiredness, panic attacks, feeling worthless, feeling on edge,...
11-06-2014 / 0 Favourites / 0 Comments
But I'm Here For Mental Health

But I'm Here For Mental Health

Commissioned by Tyneside Mind, this film explores the catastrophic impact of the current Work Capability Assessment process on those suffering from mental illness. Following the stories of June, Alan...
25-04-2014 / 0 Favourites / 0 Comments

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Award winners

GROWING-SPACE
Winner – Best Short Documentary (2012)
Animated documentary about a small charity which makes a huge impact on the lives of adults...
11-08-2014 / 1 Favourites / 0 Comments
Heroes and Villains
Winner – Animation Award (2011)
A Music Video devised & realized by homeless Londoners during workshops at The Connection at...
01-10-2012 / 0 Favourites / 0 Comments
HOLD ON TO THE BELL NELLIE
Winner – Best Short Documentary (2011)
'Hang On The Bell Nellie' is a documentary about Nell McFadden who experienced depression after...
26-09-2012 / 1 Favourites / 0 Comments
The Nurture Room
Winner – Best Long Documentary (2010)
Filmed over a period of one year, The Nurture Room accesses three schools (three of only five...
19-09-2012 / 0 Favourites / 0 Comments
Art Therapy
Winner – Drama (2010)
Art Therapy is the disturbing portrayal of a woman who, having been referred to a locked in-...
02-10-2012 / 2 Favourites / 0 Comments
Different Lives Same Damage
Winner – Best Short Documentary (2010)
People in Ayrshire who have Alcohol Related Brain Damage (ARBD) share their experiences. The...
19-09-2012 / 0 Favourites / 0 Comments
Twinkletoes
Winner – First Person Narrative (2010)
This film is part of the 'Stills Movie Project', which aims to teach people with learning...
02-10-2012 / 0 Favourites / 0 Comments
Shed Convention
Winner – Comedy Award (2009)
A humorous film about taking the time to reflect on life, and how the decisions we make can affect...
01-10-2012 / 0 Favourites / 0 Comments
NIMBUS
Winner – Animation Award (2009)
Voiced by a Cognitive Behavioural Therapy group, 'Nimbus' explores the dark, and often isolated,...
02-10-2012 / 1 Favourites / 1 Comments
LIFTING THE LID - MEN WHO SURVIVE SEXUAL ABUSE AS CHILDREN
Winner – Documentary & Factual (2009)
This film focuses on men who have survived sexual abuse as children. Lifting the Lid, features...
19-09-2012 / 0 Favourites / 0 Comments
Floating Is Easy
Winner – Drama (2009)
Alison has devoted the last three years of her life to caring for her mother who has Alzheimer's....
02-10-2012 / 0 Favourites / 0 Comments
Irene
Winner – Jury Prize (2009)
Directed by Lindsay Goodall, Irene portrays the filmmaker’s 92-year-old grandmother suffering from...
19-09-2012 / 6 Favourites / 1 Comments
Aspergers Syndrome
Winner – Animation Award (2008)
Asperger's Syndrome is a light-hearted and touching take on how young people with Asperger's...
19-09-2012 / 0 Favourites / 1 Comments
A Young Person's Guide to Stress and Emotional Management
Winner – Diversity (2007)
As part of Royston Stress Centre, the Youth Stress Centre offers an outreach service to 11–18 year...
01-10-2012 / 1 Favourites / 0 Comments
Gartloch Hospital
Winner – Best Factual (2007)
A history of Gartloch Hospital up to its closure in 1996, after serving patients for 100 years....
28-09-2012 / 1 Favourites / 0 Comments
Graeme Obree - Full Cycle
Winner – Jury Prize (2007)
Full Cycle is a formal account of Graeme Obree's struggle with depression, following a cycling...
18-09-2012 / 3 Favourites / 0 Comments

Highly commended

My Life 2
Highly Commended – Public Awareness (2011)
Following 'My Life', Peter McMahon's first production in 2008, Peter continues his journey to tell...
19-09-2012 / 0 Favourites / 0 Comments
The Depression Of Detective Downs - On Depressions Edge
Highly Commended – Animation Award (2011)
The film shows how people can experience various obstacles when tackling depression, and trying to...
01-10-2012 / 0 Favourites / 0 Comments
Bringing The Outside In
Highly Commended – Best Short Documentary (2011)
An innovative way of tackling stigma and ignorance about the issues of mental health and race...
19-09-2012 / 1 Favourites / 0 Comments
James Dean
Highly Commended – Drama Award (2011)
'James Dean' deals with the issue of transgender sexuality in a young teenage girl, and how she...
01-10-2012 / 1 Favourites / 0 Comments
sanctuarywebedit20122
Highly Commended – Best Short Documentary (2010)
Sanctuary tells the stories of six asylum seekers and refugees living in Glasgow, and aims to...
19-09-2012 / 0 Favourites / 0 Comments
Posts
Highly Commended – Factual (2009)
The short film describes the feelings of young people as their housing estate is demolished, and...
02-10-2012 / 0 Favourites / 0 Comments
Like Me, Only Better
Highly Commended – Animation Award (2008)
'Like Me, Only Better' is a short animated film which covers issues for people suffering from...
19-09-2012 / 1 Favourites / 0 Comments
Recovery - A Journey Of Hope
Highly Commended – Best Factual (2007)
The main aim of this film is to give hope to people with mental health difficulties, and to help...
02-10-2012 / 3 Favourites / 1 Comments
Stigma Dies
Highly Commended – Best Short (2007)
Stigma Dies is a short film which explores the condition of hearing voices, and examines methods...
02-10-2012 / 0 Favourites / 0 Comments