Overload

- An innovative short film exploring the concept of overload and its impact on mental health.

How does living in South London affect overload, what effect does it have on the senses, and how do people cope with it? A thoughtful and entertaining mix of perspectives, including interviews and dramatizations as well as a dramatic poetry performance by a group of youth.

This film was made by mental health service users through Hearts and Minds, a creative arts programme. Director/producer/editor Ivan Riches is currently promoting the film on Twitter and welcomes your comments.

Producer: Ivan Riches Featuring: Liam Bailey, Jack Baxter, Mark Brown, Tara Carlin, Katherine Costello, Sasha Dee, Caroline Elms, Simon Geal, Tara Gilmore, Chloe Harbour, Ken Jones, Kimberly Kerr, Sam Luker Brown, Molly Macpherson, Jennie McClean, Phinola Murray-Davidson, Molly Nickson, Seun Oke, Dara Onashile, Lola Rogers, Toby Salmon, Wilf Saunders, Nicola Scott, Zak Sherliker, Jude Simms, Rhianna Skeates, Caspar Smart, Nzalle Sylvia, Adrian Whyatt, Julius Xavier
Format: Flash Date: 2011
Length: 00:36:05  
Video Link:
http://youtu.be/ySzZ19_QepI
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    Last reviewed: 22 Jun 2012

APA Reference
Kiume, S. (2012). Overload. Psych Central. Retrieved on August 21, 2014, from http://blogs.psychcentral.com/channeln/2012/06/overload/

 

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