Thursday, 8 July 2010

Time To Change Film

Time To Change are looking for people based in London (within the M25) who have experienced mental health problems to appear in a short online film exploring mental health prejudice.

The Documentary:
The aim of the documentary is to expose the true extent of mental health prejudice, which will be achieved through a unique social experiment designed to challenge societies attitude and behavior towards people with mental health problems.

A person will be followed as they enter a life situation where mental health discrimination may arise for example, dating, searching for a flat share or job hunting.

Who are they looking for:
The ideal person will be someone who is happy and comfortable to talk openly about their experiences. Time to Change wish to find someone, ideally a man whose age will match the Time for Change campaign’s target audience of around 20 to 45 from any backgrounds: ethnicities, careers or lifestyles.
Time to Change will be there to provide support and guidance throughout the process.
The film will launch in September and hopefully who ever takes part will be availble during this time to help advertise the campaign.
Unfortunately, due to filming constraints only those who live in or around London will be considered.

Next Steps:
If you are interested in taking part and want to find out more please drop Emma a line with a few details about your self and a photograph to timetochange@partizan.comor call 0207 851 0216

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