Friday, 22 November 2013
Our film for the Yorkshire Museum will be seen by 90,000 people a year as part of the Roman York: Meet The People Of The Empire exhibition. Over 2 weeks during the summer we worked with a group of young people to create this piece which explains the story of Constantine's head, which has recently returned to York from Italy. It was a great couple of weeks, we had fantastic support from the Museum staff and a team of really talented young people.
Tuesday, 11 June 2013
A short film made by people who have experienced psychosis. This film illustrates some of the different aspects to psychosis that they and their families went through. It also seeks to show that anyone could be affected by psychosis at some point in their lives, but that there is help available. Made with www.commlinks.co.uk
"This has been a fantastic and rewarding experience for everyone that has taken part. We devised a plan of what we wanted to do, were supported developing those ideas and given the tools and guidance to make the animation. It's given us a wonderful film which will raise awareness about psychosis and the challenges that can be experienced. Everyone who took part in this work has been given a sense of ownership of their service, valuable work experience and also had a great time! The film was used at our launch event and will continue to be used within the service and online."
Chris Rose, Support, Time & Recovery Worker, Community Links York Early Intervention Team
Tuesday, 2 April 2013
Making friends when you arrive in a new place can be very difficult - especially when you are an Alien! Our latest film offers some simple and useful tips for people moving to new countries or communities, on how to start to find your feet and to make friends. Featuring some extraordinary looking extraterrestrials! Made by young people from the AWS in Strensall.
Friday, 1 March 2013
Many of us will experience low mood or depression at some point in life. This is a lively and creative film containing lots of simple and effective practical advice for getting through it. Created with a group of young people affected by low mood and alongside our local CAMHS service, we hope this will be of great help to anyone feeling down. Part funded by the NHS International Nurses Day Initiative 2012.
Wednesday, 27 February 2013
‘Hey – Look what I can do’ meets Emily, a Deaf young person, just after she has been put down by her sister for being Deaf. She goes online to find out just how much Deaf people can achieve in their lives – and surprises her sister in the process! It is a funny, entertaining and also informative film. It includes customised subtitles, and in-vision interpreting from Reflect-BSL.
Made by a group of Deaf young people at Merseyside Centre for the Deaf, for the National Deaf Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service (NDCAMHS) (Manchester Outreach Team).
Wednesday, 6 February 2013
Created for York Youth Council, this is a short animation which gives practical help for understanding what causes stress, and how to deal with it. Featuring 1000 blue paper balls!!