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Me, Myselfie and I

Me, Myselfie and I – John is falling behind at school, ignoring his mates and neglecting his girlfriend – all because he’s become obsessed with maintaining his online persona. He spends so much time on his phone, he eventually becomes trapped inside it. Literally.

A re-telling of the Greek myth of Narcissus for the social media age.

A film by Alastair Collinson.

Alastair was invited on to The Victoria Derbyshire Show to be part of a panel discussing social media’s impact on young people as a result of the film. Clips were featured on the show and on BBC World News.

Like Me

Like Me

Imagine that every time you went on social media, it was like being on stage in front of the world. School is over for the day, and Sophia is straight online with her friends, sharing messages and photos, but then someone shares too much…

A film by Adam Tyler, starring Isobelle Molloy.

CREDITS

Winner of the Drama category at the BAFTA Children’s Awards 2017.

Face to Face

Face to Face – Restorative Justice is a process in which someone who has committed a crime meets their victim to help both people come to terms with what has happened.

Cyber Cowards

Cyber Cowards

Harry was cyber bullied by someone who set up a fake profile in his name. An incredibly strong minded young man, Harry considered the act pathetic and pitiful, he told his parents and the issue was dealt with without any more harm being caused. He is in no doubt that cyber-bullying is a cowardly thing done by people who are bored and unfulfilled.

Banter Or Bullying?

Banter Or Bullying? – Interviews with members of the public reveal various attitudes to cyber-bullying, and differing opinions on whether or not it is worse than face-to-face bullying.