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.
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Two men clean the city's streets: one compulsively, the other poetically.
'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.
'Cocooned' is a portrait of a widower, four years after her bereavement as she struggles to connect or engage with the world around her.
'Everything You Always Wanted To Know About Stress' follows the story of Alex as he deals with his experience of anxiety and depression.
A portrayal of a woman who has to tell her husband the worst news of their lives.
'Communication Street' is a film about problems Deaf young people have communicating at home, with parents, brothers and sisters.
'Top Tips for Health Professionals' film suggests ways to improve Deaf awareness and communication skills amongst Health Professionals when working with Deaf young people.
This is a short film made with a group of Deaf young people to help teachers and pupils to understand how best to communicate with them.