Here and now | Danish Film Institute

Jeremy Weller, Morten Arnfred, Denmark, 2014  31 min.DK/Short fiction A story about the difficult love between two young people in the Danish province. Nicklas works as a bartender at a local nightclub and spends his spare time partying with friends, his wreck of a car and regular workout in the gym. On a late shift Katrine... Continue Reading →

Suicide: talking about dark thoughts does not make suicide more likely – it saves lives

Survivors available to speak candidly for Mental Health Awareness Day, to support a world-premiere performance built around their own real-life stories Mental Health Awareness Day, 10 October 2019: Suicide Prevention is the focus of this year’s Mental Health Awareness Day, and media can save lives by dismantling the mistaken belief that discussing suicide makes it... Continue Reading →

“Where it Hurts” at the conference “Mad Hearts”: The Arts and Mental Health

"Mad Hearts” is a two-day conference at Queen Mary University London which explores productive, radical, contemporary encounters between the arts and mental health, bringing together clinical, artistic and research perspectives that offer a reinterpretation of contemporary mental health science and practice. 17-18 May 2019 QMUL Mile End Campus, ArtsTwo £50 - 2 days / £30... Continue Reading →

DOGLIFE 2017 – “A raw, dark and uncompromising portrayal of a gangland enforcer and his relationships with women” (The Wee Review)

Thomas’ attempts to love and to be loved – we see many of the women in his life on stage, along with many of his victims from whom he seeks forgiveness. Grassmarket Projects work specifically within communities, providing a platform where people can explore their own lived-experiences through theater in a creative and supported environment.... Continue Reading →

Blog at WordPress.com.

Up ↑