A film-maker is afraid to leave his room. A writer is afraid to enter it.
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
A Music Video devised & realized by homeless Londoners during workshops at The Connection at St Martin-in-the- Fields, London.
Becalmed tells a collaborative story of illness, from the early, confusing, often heavily medicated and isolated beginnings, to the awkward and vulnerable feelings of being alone in company, to the
A series of micro-portraits, or windows, into the lives of five residents at an East London hostel.
Conceived between the Young Person's Programme Coordinator at Moray Art Centre, the Young Person's Mental Health Social Worker at Moray Council, and a local filmmaker alongside seven local young pe
A partnership between Pilton Video and Places For People Scotland Care and Support team, service users living with mental illness and learning disabilities received training in filmmaking and were
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.
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.