Have you ever wondered how you would survive on the street? For nearly 5000 people in England it’s a reality. Decisions made can be the difference between life and death. We put you in that position as you’re faced with a series of choices that real people deal with every day. Supported by interviews with […]
Period poverty affects 10% of girls around the UK and yet most people have never even heard of it. But for women living in poverty who cannot afford the cost of sanitary items like tampons or pads, it’s a very real issue. You can watch the documentary here: To find out more about Periods and […]
The Office for National Statistics found that suicide is the biggest killer of men between 20 and 49 years old. Exercise Saved My Life tells the story of David Baum who wanted to take his own life at the age of 34, following years of traumatic events. The 7-minute documentary aims to raise the awareness of male suicide […]
12.5 million working days were lost in 2016/2017 to work-related stress, depression and anxiety. The top two industries with higher rates of stress, depression or anxiety from 2014 to 2017 were the Human health and social work sector and the Public Administration and Defence sector. My two interviewees have nearly 30 years experience each in […]
Kirsty Gilbert-Gold a transgender parent, taxi driver and comedy artist from Bournemouth. The story of love, hope and courage.
What do you know about parkour? Well, everything you thought you knew is probably wrong. In this documentary we explore deeper this controversial sport, whether it really is that dangerous, and why so many adrenaline junkies hype for it. Created by: Becca Belbin Victoria Campisi Rhiannon Oliver Hannah Craven Sophie Tizit With […]
Are we addicted? A documentary featuring the work of Alex Blundell, Zlatna Nedeva and Millie-May Lampshire.