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Film & Video
The Lucy Rayner Foundation has been involved in a number of video productions to promote awareness of mental health issues.
‘Finding Wilson’ – partnering with Fact Not Fiction Films
Currently we are partnering with Fact Not Fiction Films for the production of their short film ‘Finding Wilson’, which will aim to raise awareness of mental health and PTSD.
Fact Not Fiction Films CEO Tristan Loraine stated: “Written by Viv Young, ‘Finding Wilson’ is a great script that allows us to work again with rising star Darcy Jacobs. We have an incredible crew volunteering to make this important short film. The film will further raise awareness of mental health, PTSD and the incredible work of The Lucy Rayner Foundation.”
Funding a Short Film by MIND, the Mental Health Charity
In 2014 we funded the creation of the short film ‘Mental Health, In Our Own Words’ in partnership with Mind, the mental health charity.
The film features 13 young people, aged 18-25, talking about what it’s like to live with a mental health problem, and what helps them cope. Their message for other young people with mental health problems is “You’re not alone. Things will get better. Ask for help.”
The film was first published on YouTube on October 8th, 2014, and as of July 2018 it had been viewed over 340,000 times, more than any other film that MIND have posted online.
You can find out more by visiting the MIND website.