Rusland Horizons Final Film
We have just completed the final short film for Rusland Horizons showcasing the last three years work of the scheme.Find out more
Lancaster University Recurrent Care Film, "Turning Points"
We were commissioned by Lancaster University to make a new documentary film about their three year project on issues around recurrent care with vulnerable young women. ‘Turning Points’, is a film in which women share their stories of positive change. The film provides hope for other women in similar difficulties, who have also had children removed from their care.Find out more
"Head, Heart, Hands"
We to have been commissioned by the The Fostering Network to make a new film about the current "Head, Heart, Hands" project with Foster Carers looking at the development of social pedagogy within this area.Find out more
Six films for the Social Pedagogue Development Consortium
We have been filming in London with Professor Pat Petrie of the Centre for Understanding Social Pedagogy, Thomas Coram Research Unit at UCL in July to produce six short films.These are designed to introduce the basic concepts behind social pedagogy to a wider audience. This project is in partnership with the Social Pedagogue Development Network, The Institute of Education at UCL, Jacaranda Recruiting and ThemPra.Find out more
The Flood Project
We have just completed this short film for Lancaster University & Save The Children about the effects of flooding on children in Staines and South Ferriby, Humberside. The film highlights the need for the voices of young people to be included in Disaster Planning, we hope it helps make a difference.Find out more
We have just completed this short film which tells you all about the Rusland Horizons project that is currently in development in our area in South Cumbria.Find out more
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"Bringing together looked after children as a group in this way is unique. It allows them to use the arts explore issues related to being in care in a totally new way, with quite extraordinary results."