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, Al
The true and controversial story of Ruth, a junior doctor who has begun to hear a male voice telling her to kill herself.
At the age of 19 Aidan Shingler was diagnosed as having paranoid schizophrenia.
As part of Royston Stress Centre, the Youth Stress Centre offers an outreach service to 11–18 year olds in North Glasgow, and has put together a group of valuable film resources to help empower you
For the Love of Lugosi explores one man’s interest in old gothic horror movies and the effects that Asperger’s Syndrome has had on his life.
A factual film created by Frank Slaven, a member of Stepping Stones Mental Health Programme. Frank wrote, narrated and starred in this docudrama which highlights important experiences in his life.
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.
'Everything You Always Wanted To Know About Stress' follows the story of Alex as he deals with his experience of anxiety and depression.
This film explores the experiences of Mental Health Service Users on a secure psychiatric ward, the writer being one of them.
The film addresses the heredity of drinking problems and addiction to alcohol. When Ian was a young boy he was petrified of his alcoholic and abusive dad.