I channel their regal serenity as I take the electric card and the ten pounds, pausing only to think about how strange these simple items suddenly feel in my calloused palm. Carl Pickard lapidus. Close-ups are used heavily to create an obsessive, voyeuristic atmosphere and the way the British landscape is captured on camera, stripped of colour, devoid of characteristics, entirely banal, creates an impression of indefinable gloom.
I sit down heavily in a daze and stare into space. Has this person been reading it? I hesitate, never sure where to land, unable to give voice to my concerns, unwilling to look you in the eye.
Organised by CAPS Independent Advocacy, in collaboration with a host of other local organisations, this compelling event features diverse artworks from people with lived experience of mental ill-health.
The photographs give no clear answers, but none suggest resignation to a bleak existence before dying within the walls. It has inspired me to seek out new ways to share with my granny.
Wheatley creates an atmosphere in which nobody can be trusted — Jay can only listen helplessly while Shel pours out her emotions in a foreign language down the phone — is she having an affair?
What the hell has happened? Presented by Luminate and SMHAFF, this moving documentary accompanies social worker Dan Cohen to nursing homes, where individuals experiencing memory loss are revitalised through the simple experience of listening to music.
By engaging artists, connecting with communities and forming collaborations, the Festival celebrates the artistic achievements of people with experience of mental health issues, explores the relationship between creativity and the mind, and promotes positive mental health and wellbeing.
I think I could get addicted to this. Is it written in their superlative smiles, their shiny suits, their conveyer belt of consultations? Dead When I Got Hereset in a mental asylum run by its own patients, gets its European premiere at the Festival, while screening in the UK for the first time, we have: The sea does not need you to drown your many sorrows.
Let go of worrying, of breaking your tired heart upon the rocks. There is a strange person standing over me talking. It felt good to be whole. Buy a little shop, perhaps. The making of the film was a deeper form of therapy in that it was the final point of closure with this struggle, this condition.
Over entries came in across the various categories of short stories, poems, newspaper articles, diary or blog entries and letters. A lot of the work was in the preparation before shooting the film. The disconnect, the extent of their mistrust, becomes significant as the plot progresses.
Tue 14, Wed 15 Oct, 7 - 8. Who is this person? When I emerge from the water I feel distinctively different, like I am reborn as someone whom I have wanted to be all my life.
I swear I can hear its oval leaves whisper as they dance in the wind. I ferment the anger inside me, immediately proving him right. While he values and appreciates the documentary genre, he feels fiction has greater power to transport the viewer into the heart of a protagonist by speaking to their emotions rather than their intellect.
Morton was very happy to deliberately leave an element of uncertainty there for the audience and allow them to reach their own conclusions about this particular element of the narrative.
His relationship with his wife, Shel MyAnna Buringis turbulent to say the least, and, even their young son, Sam Harry Simpsonappears afflicted by the claustrophobic domestic situation.SMHAFF #Writing Awards: Celebrating the Power of Words and Personal Experience #MentalHealth #ShortStory #Poetry #Fiction #Literature See more.
Best 10 Images for Awards in - Pouted Online Lifestyle Magazine. Find this Pin and more on awards by Pouted Lifestyle Magazine. The SMHAFF Writing Awards return for another year, in an afternoon dedicated to exploring passion, mental health and the written word at St George’s Tron Church in Glasgow.
The inimitable Rally & Broad host an eclectic showcase of literature, spoken word and music, while In the Shadow of the Castle is an evening of poetry taking place. The SMHAFF Writing Awards return for another year, in an afternoon dedicated to exploring passion, mental health and the written word at St George’s Tron Church in Glasgow.
The inimitable Rally & Broad host an eclectic showcase of literature, spoken word and music, while In the Shadow of the Castle is an evening of poetry taking place in the.
THE SCOTTISH MENTAL HEALTH ARTS AND FILM FESTIVAL ANNOUNCE LINE UP The Scottish Mental Health Arts and Film Festival introduce their nation-wide programme of The best entries will be honoured at the SMHAFF International Film Awards ceremony on Wed 24 Oct at Filmhouse, Edinburgh.
To arrange interviews, images and media tickets for the launch or any other Festival event, please contact Sophie Crabb [email protected], or For The SMHAFF Writing Awards return for another year, in an afternoon dedicated to exploring passion, mental health and the written word at St.
showcase exploring internal and external voices in art, curated and performed by voice hearers from The HaVeN. The SMHAFF Writing Awards return for another year, in an afternoon dedicated to exploring passion, mental health and the written word at St George’s Tron Church in Glasgow.Download