WINNER OF SEVERAL AWARDS INCLUDING A BAFTA FOR BEST

CHILDREN’S SHORT, A UNICEF FILM AWARD AND A PROMAX

GOLD MEDAL, SEE SOMETHING SAY SOMETHING WAS AN

EPISODIC ANIMATED FILM PRODUCED FOR ANTI-BULLY WEEK.

FEATURING FOUR REAL STORIES FROM YOUNG PEOPLE, THE

FILM PRESENTS BULLYING FROM ALTERNATIVE POINTS-OF-VIEW,

ENGAGING AND EDUCATING A YOUNG AUDIENCE ABOUT THE

NEED TO RECOGNISE, REPORT AND STOP IT.


I RECORDED AND EDITED AUDIO STORIES FOR THE FILM, WHICH

INCLUDED MARCUS’S STORY: A TOUCHING REAL-LIFE INSIGHT

INTO HOW HE BECAME A BULLY AND WHY HE DECIDED TO STOP.


MARCUS WAS RECRUITED VIA A YOUTH PROJECT I WAS

INVOLVED WITH IN BRENT, NORTH LONDON. THE RECORDING

SESSIONS WERE CARRIED OUT IN A YOUTH CLUB THERE AND

THE PROCESS FOR RECORDING THE INTERVIEW INVOLVED A

ROLE-PLAYING ACTIVITY DESIGNED TO HELP STRUCTURE AND

ARTICULATE MARCUS’ STORY.



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