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Call for Entries 2012 from the Scottish Mental Health Film Festival



Calling all film-makers. The international film submission for the Scottish Mental Health Arts and Film Festival 2012 is now open.

The 2012 Scottish Mental Health Film Festival is currently inviting submissions for our 2012 awards. Our annual open film submission gives film-makers the opportunity to share their work and ideas with audiences across Scotland and internationally. If you have a film or film project that is underway or completed and links to mental health, then we want to hear from you.

In its broadest sense ‘mental health’ is a term which touches most aspects of our lives; from our relationships to how we respond to the world around us. We’re looking for films which show that a mental health identity is something we all have, and something we all need to prioritise from time to time. Films can address specific mental health issues, but we’re also keen to encourage innovative and diverse perspectives.

Please see our website for details, guidelines and previous award winners:

Previous winning submissions have looked at topics such as moving home, ageing, grief, loss, endurance, support, friendship, equality, sport, music, childhood as well as films about specific diagnoses or conditions.

Entry is free. The closing date for entries is Saturday, 30 June 2012.

Please visit the website for information about the festival, submission guidelines and entry form. Email if you have any queries.

The sixth annual Scottish Mental Health Arts and Film Festival will take place across Scotland throughout October 2012.

About The Scottish Mental Health Arts and Film Festival

Harrison Eddie
(The Mental Health Foundation )

The Mental Health Foundation is a leading UK mental health charity that conducts robust research, provides practical solutions to help everyone lead mentally healthier lives, and works to raise public awareness and improve mental health services for the entire population.

The Foundation is proud of the vital role it plays in hosting, developing and managing the Scottish Mental Health Arts and Film Festival and the Fruit Tree Foundation.

Visit this link to learn more about "The Mental Health Foundation"


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