Working with young people and understanding the complex lifestyles and ever increasing demand for a reduction in violence on our streets. We chose to address the mental health issue. So many young people are displaying early signs of mental health challenges and it this that has inspired the making of the short film SICK.
We took seven young people over the half term and embarked on a massive film project to highlight the need for more focus on mental health, we didn’t use knifes, we didn’t need guns, all we needed was a passion to change the narrative and a drive for change.
This short film not only shows that we can all support, it shows that we are all one.
Mental health is on the increase with our youth.
We need to address this and start supporting them.
Testimonial from Ellis Witter who played the key role in the film and production