Andrew was a soldier, after two tours of Helmand, Afghanistan, and a stint in a military prison, he is home. He can't talk about his problems or what he has done.
Hidden thoughts and feelings that can never be spoken occupy a desolate interior from which there is no escape.
Art Therapy is the disturbing portrayal of a woman who, having been referred to a locked in-patient unit, is undergoing art therapy in the form of film-making along with the other service users on
Alison has devoted the last three years of her life to caring for her mother who has Alzheimer's.
This short film focuses on the experience of an adult who survived childhood sexual abuse. 'In The Dark' shows the character in the film as both a girl and as her older self.
'James Dean' deals with the issue of transgender sexuality in a young teenage girl, and how she approaches the subject with her family.
A play developed by a group of women from a South Asian background, the film draws on experiences of culture, creativity and connections.
'The Colonel's Outing' addresses issues about homosexuality in older age, and happiness in later life.
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.
Two men clean the city's streets: one compulsively, the other poetically.