A short documentary providing an experiential insight into life with borderline personality disorder using voices, stop motion animation and other techniques to convey real life experiences.
This film tracks the development of the Buddy Beat, a social inclusion project conceived by Renfrewshire Lead Occupational Therapist, based in Paisley's Dykebar Hospital.
One in 10 young people in the UK is diagnosed with a serious mental health problem, 80,000 children and young people suffer from serious depression, and two young people kill themselves every day.
An innovative way of tackling stigma and ignorance about the issues of mental health and race discrimination in prisons, this documentary follows comedian John Ryan on a journey of discovery as he
Davie has a problem with his memory.
Full Cycle is a formal account of Graeme Obree's struggle with depression, following a cycling career with many highs and lows.
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.
An observational film about the nature of addiction. Exploring the idea that love isn’t always enough when it comes to getting clean, and the inevitable sacrifices that come with sobriety.