I am in contact with various Early Intervention Service teams in my area to ask them to post my Fixers film on their website and use the film in their practices to engage people in a conversation about psychosis. (You can watch my Fixers film by clicking the link at the bottom of the page.)
27th February 2013
I met with fellow Fixers in London to screen our films to an audience of 40 people for the first time to engage the spectators in a dialogue about our respective Fixes.
Here is some feedback from people who attended the screening:
Tunde: “A very thought provoking film, well put together and explained in a way that is easily related.”
Lisa: “Really eye opening. Raising awareness of this will better the lives for everyone who have or experienced or do come into contact with psychosis.”
Nazma: "I like the fact the film was shot from the view of the person that has the condition. Makes you really understand what the person is going through.”
Shauna: “I thought that it tackled a topic that needs more exposure. More people should be aware of the first signs of psychosis and the impact it has on people’s lives.”
26th February 2013
I attended the official UK-wide Fixers launch at Westminster, London, and talked about my project with fellow Fixers and a group of MPs.
My film was also shown at the event, and I even cut the cake with celebrity chef Ainsley Harriott!