It’s time to talk.
Award-winning documentary short from filmmaker Arthur Cauty, which challenges stigma and encourages open conversation around mental illness and suicide in young people.
Students in Bristol were offered a space to open up and share their thoughts and personal experiences of mental illness and suicide, with a view to encouraging people of all ages and backgrounds across the country and around the World to step forward and speak out.
Festivals & Screenings:
Winner, Best Documentary, DMOFF, May 2019
Finalist, TMFF, April 2019
Finalist, Lift-Off Sessions, May 2019
Chapter Arts, Cardiff, May 2019
Official Selection, Dumbo Film Festival, May 2019
Directed & Produced by Arthur Cauty
Cinematography: Arthur Cauty & Jake Cauty
Editor: Arthur Cauty
Production Assistant: Elisa Ruggirello
Filmed at Eyebox Studio, Bristol
a DC7 Films Production
Special thanks to Paulo Silva, Tom Wilson, Claire Jenna Ory, Hannah Carson, Amy-Leigh Hatton, Teodora Herczog, Natasha McGowan, Charlie Haines, Flavio Cannizzo & Nuhaadh Mahid for sharing.
Statistics provided by the Office of National Statistics (ONS)
© DC7 Films 2019
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