Winner of the Best Factual Award at both the Scottish and UK RTS Student Awards 2018.
Set in idyllic rural Wales, the gothic Craig-Y-Nos Castle is a building with a dark secret past.
From the 1920s until the late 1950s, Craig-Y-Nos was a sanatorium for Welsh children suffering from tuberculosis. Many of these children spent years in the castle, separated from family and friends, and subjected to regimes that seem barbaric today.
In this powerful and moving documentary, some of the TB patients return to Craig-Y-Nos and relive the memories of their childhood.
Made by students on the Documentary Production course at Stirling University.