SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT IN IRELAND, THE UK AND OVERSEAS

FERMANAGH FEIS:
documenting the history
PROJECT AIM

This film documents the history of the Fermanagh
Feis from the 1940s to the current years. The
Feis is a celebration of Irish culture in music,
dance, poetry and the arts. With interviews with
participants from the past to the present day,
this film is an invaluable document of what the
Feis has meant to the people of Fermanagh
through the years.

 

fermanagh feis

 

feis fermanagh
 

EQUAL LIVES: EQUAL DEATHS
PROJECT AIM

To produce a training film exploring Palliative Care (end-of-life care) for persons with learning disabilities. This one hour film, was introduced and narrated by Paul Clark of UTV.
It includes interviews with specialists, as well as constructed scenarios using actors with learning disabilities, and interviews with family members of person who have died.
Produced for Dorry McGlaughlin at NI Hospice and University of Ulster as an element of her PhD work.

 

northern ireland hospice
 
TALES OF THE ROAD
PROJECT AIM
To illustrate a storybook, written by NI
Story-teller Liz Weir, exploring past and present
lives within the Traveller Community in
Northern Ireland. The book is used by field
workers providing early years support to
Traveller families.
Produced for early Years - the organisation for
young people.
 
HEALTHIER FAMILIES BOOKS
PROJECT AIM
To develop characters and illustrate a series
of three story books, written by Liz Weir,
exploring aspects of making healthier life choices for families with overweight children. The books explore healthy eating, exercise and wellbeing,
and are used by field workers in community
intervention programmes.
Produced for Early Years - the organisation for young people.
 

WILL I OR WON’T I?
PROJECT AIM
To work with young people to produce a multimedia
roadshow exploring issues of alcohol and
drug mis-use, and to produce a curriculum-linked
follow up resource for use in post-primary schools.
The project included animations developed by
participants in a Monty Python style, which linked
to live dance performance on stage.
Run in partnership with Dylan Quinn Dance,
and funded by the PSNI.
Narrated by Ciaran McMenamin.

will i or wont i
will i or wont i
 

FERMANAGH YOUTH CULTURAL FILMS
PROJECT AIM
To facilitate a programme of film-making and
animation through which young people could
explore various cultural issues, and think about what it means to live in a multicultural society.

fermanagh youth
fermanagh films
 

MY LIFE, MY CHOICE
PROJECT AIM
To work with young people to produce films exploring anti-social behaviour and alcohol mis-use, and to develop an educational resource for use in formal and non-formal settings. Produced in collaboration with Fermanagh Drug and Alcohol Forum and Fermanagh Anti-social Behvaiour Forum, and funded by Fermanagh Community Safety Partnership.

 

my life
 

IRVINESTOWN TRUSTEES
PROJECT AIM
To produce a film to celebrate one hundred years of the Trustees, and to document their work in the local community and highlight their plans for the future.

irvinestown trustees
   
MY CHILD
PROJECT AIM
To produce a film to demonstrate the importance
of Early Years education from birth to primary
school, with a focus on support available to
Traveller families.

Filmed with Traveller families in Norther Ireland
and produced for the Early Years organisation.

my child early years
   
SETTING UP SHOP
PROJECT AIMS
To facilitate local migrant families to produce
a film giving an insight into their situation,
backgrounds and aspirations for the future.
To screen the film for local people in order to
promote discussion and promote positive
community relations.


adrain dunbar

Introduced by Adrian Dunbar.

seeting up shop

   
NI CENTRE FOR TRAUMA AND TRANSFORMATION
PROJECT AIM
To produce an information film that
shows the evolution and activities
of the NICTT, and explains the importance
of the unique evidence-based cognitive therapy
approach the Centre has developed. ni centre for trauma

trauma

   

THE FERMANAGH TRUST
PROJECT AIM
To photograph and design a publication
bringing to life the community development
work of the Trust

.fermanagh

fermanagh trust
fermanagh trust
   
HOME COMFORTS
PROJECT AIM
To produce a training film and resource pack
focusing on good practice in end of life care in
care homes in Northern Ireland.

Produced in partnership with Dr Max Watson,
Northern Ireland Hospice, and funded by the
Department of Health in Northern Ireland.

hospice northern ireland

hospice northern ireland
   
END OF LIFE CARE
PROJECT AIM
To produce a training film and resource pack
focusing on good practice in end of life care in
Primary Care in the UK.

Produced for the Gold Standards Framework.

end of life

end of life
 
 
 
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