We always deliver our training courses in close partnership with organisations that share our ethos and values and work alongside highly skilled practitioners. One such person is Cornetta Williams, who works as practitioner for Action for Change of the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea. Today we chat about her experience of working with See Change Films, the importance of respecting everyone’s truth and why she believes in sharing stories through film.Read More
Championing our trainees is at the heart of our work and this week we’re sharing the story of Louise, one of the women who produced and directed, ‘Without My Child’. This poignant and timely documentary explores the affects of having your child removed from your care through the eyes of those who have experienced it. Their powerful testimonies highlight the need for greater support for parents involved in care proceedings.
Having always been interested in filming and photography, Louise was keen to participate in our film-training course, which was delivered in partnership with, Action for Change - a new initiative supporting parents who have had a child removed from their care. Read more about Louise’s journey towards a new kind of confidence in herself and her abilities.Read More
As a growing charity, we feel it is essential to define and develop the ‘See Change Methodology’, which embodies the culture of our organisation. This will not only help us better understand the value of our work and what makes us special, but will also help communicate our work to current and future participants and team members, partners, funders and larger audiences in a clear and coherent way. This is why we decided to run a series of workshops to discuss and define our culture and methodology. Read more to find out about the process and outcomes of the workshops.Read More
We are delighted to be celebrating our 1st anniversary as a charity - and what a year it has been! We are really proud of all we’ve achieved and want to share our top 10 highlights with you.Read More
As a charity we love collaborating with organisations and other charities that share our ethos and values. One such recent collaboration was creating and producing a documentary for Orpheus Centre - a specialised college supporting young disabled adults in their transition to independent living, helping students gain confidence through performing arts.
Orpheus Centre commissioned See Change Films to produce a film capturing the journeys and development of individual students during their outreach project together with Kings College. Read more to find out what Selina Bartlett, the Community Fundraiser at Orpheus Centre, had to say about working on this documentary project with us.Read More