Creative Research Collective

Talking Mental Health, 5’00”, September 2017  A Wellcome Trust funded collaboration with The Anna Freud Centre, to create a 5 minute film with young people aged 10-11 designed to help begin conversations about mental health in the classroom and beyond.

Facing Shadows, July 2015.  A film created by young people who have had experience of depression, in collaboration with researchers from The Anna Freud Centre.

Our House, 6’05”, 2014.  The third in the trilogy of films created with young people in care in Cambridgeshire, created as part of a research collaboration between CLAHRC-CP and Cambridgeshire Film Consortium.

Finding My Way,  3’12”, 2013, Finding my Way is the second animated documentary, created by young people in Cambridgeshire, about the challenges and expectations of leaving care, created as part of a research collaboration between CLAHRC-CP and Cambridgeshire Film Consortium. ‘’My name is Joe’ and ‘Finding my Way’’ have been voted as finalists in the category The Children in Care Award 2014.   Finding my Way was the winner in the documentary film category at the BFI Future Film Festival 2014.

FFF 2014 AWARD WIN (editable)

My Name is Joe, 3’30”, 2012, the first film made with young people in foster care as part of a research collaboration between CLAHRC-CP and Cambridgeshire Film Consortium.

 

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