A short film based on own personal experiences.
On Friday 26th January, we hosted the Educational Shakespeare Company (ESC) Second Chance Film Club's premier of 'Living With Voices'.
The ESC, in partnership with Belfast Health & Social Care Trust, engaged with a group of men with learning disabilities. All participants got involved in creating a short film and behind the scenes documentary, as both crew and cast.
ESC worked with the men on scripting a film based on their own experiences.
We were delighted that our Community Resilience space at Lombard House was the setting to such a powerful and inspiring film and we loved being part of a fantastic project.
Well done to all involved from #TeamInspire
The ESC team have over 20 years’ experience working in storytelling, drama and film with socially excluded people. From people with mental illness, young people in care, people with learning disabilities, offenders to victims and survivors of trauma, we’ve helped people to get their stories out and experience release. The ESC transform the lives of socially-excluded people through therapeutic film-making. If you want to find out more you can visit their website here
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