Debbie is an independent woman, but the prejudice she faces due to her learning disability sometimes makes her life tough. This documentary gives a short insight into her world and experiences.
This film has been made as an educational resource for both those experiencing perinatal mental health issues, and for health care professionals.
Stigma Dies is a short film which explores the condition of hearing voices, and examines methods of reducing the stigma in society.
An average of two people die by suicide each day in Scotland. People living in more deprived areas are at greater risk, and young people are particularly vulnerable.
'Seen and Heard - Voices of Experience' interviews four men from diverse ethnic backgrounds.
A play developed by a group of women from a South Asian background, the film draws on experiences of culture, creativity and connections.
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 history of Gartloch Hospital up to its closure in 1996, after serving patients for 100 years.
'Kings Park' documents the history of deinstitutionalization in American state run mental hospitals.