This film is about the experiences of Gareth, a former prisoner and drug user who has turned his back on his past and is focused on a new future for him and his family.
This film was produced as part of the 5th film in a series called ‘In One City’ and is about the links between inequalities and wellbeing. It was produced as part of the In One City project, a community cohesion, social dialogue and filmmaking project working across Leeds to increase dialogue between diverse communities.
At the heart of the project is collaborative film production that sees people building and sharing their stories with experienced social filmmakers. The films produced are then used to start difficult conversations between citizens in schools and within wider community settings.This entry was posted in Archive, Dave Tomalin, Film makers, Genre, Inequality, Social Documentary, Themes and tagged addiction, citizenship, crime, good citizenship, In One City, Inequality, Leeds, Lippy People, public health, purpose, social capital, social dialogue, Together For Peace, wellbeing, West Yorkshire Community Chaplaincy Project, work. Bookmark the permalink.