'James Dean' deals with the issue of transgender sexuality in a young teenage girl, and how she approaches the subject with her family.
'Seen and Heard - Voices of Experience' interviews four men from diverse ethnic backgrounds.
A humorous film about taking the time to reflect on life, and how the decisions we make can affect our happiness.
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.
'Hang On The Bell Nellie' is a documentary about Nell McFadden who experienced depression after retiring.
Cheer Up For God's Sake is a compendium of short films inspired by the real life experiences and concerns by members of the Riverside Mental Health Group in Glasgow.
'Christmas With Dad' follows a 23-year-old, AJ, as his family prepare for the festive season and the arrival of an eighth child.
Rapper 'Real A' (Arnaud Touanga) discovered that he was dyslexic at the age of 12 after arriving in Glasgow as a refugee from the Congo. He had encountered many problems at school.
From 'The Banyan', an Indian care home for women with mental illness, three women are united with their families after time spent in care.