Monthly Archives: January 2008

Work of Wheelchair Users' Film Group to be screened at the Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama.

A three minute documentary, shot and edited by Minu a member of the Wheelchair Users’ Film Group in Bangladesh, will shortly be shown at the Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama in Glasgow.

The CD will be screened as an introduction to a concert featuring the singer and songwriter Yvonne Lyon, considered to be amongst the best and brightest talent currently emerging from Scotland. Ms Lyon has kindly agreed to give this special performance in aid of the Centre for the Rehabilitation of the Paralysed, Bangladesh, where the Film Group is based. The concert takes place on Saturday 2nd February, and tickets are available from Iain Whitty, telephone 01413325057.

To read more about the Wheelchair Users’ Film Group and to see a trailer the Group at work, please click here.

Work of Wheelchair Users’ Film Group to be screened at the Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama.

A three minute documentary, shot and edited by Minu a member of the Wheelchair Users’ Film Group in Bangladesh, will shortly be shown at the Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama in Glasgow.

The CD will be screened as an introduction to a concert featuring the singer and songwriter Yvonne Lyon, considered to be amongst the best and brightest talent currently emerging from Scotland. Ms Lyon has kindly agreed to give this special performance in aid of the Centre for the Rehabilitation of the Paralysed, Bangladesh, where the Film Group is based. The concert takes place on Saturday 2nd February, and tickets are available from Iain Whitty, telephone 01413325057.

To read more about the Wheelchair Users’ Film Group and to see a trailer the Group at work, please click here.

'Charity film premiere will help in Aids fight' featured in the Bristol Evening Post

Charity film premiere will help in Aids fightCHARITY FILM PREMIERE WILL HELP IN AIDS FIGHT

If you’ve had enough of Hollywood blockbusters over Christmas, then a more thought-provoking night is on offer at the Cube next Wednesday.People Like Us is a film premiere with a difference. Produced by Purple Field Productions with the backing of Bristol-based charity Temwa, it describes the experiences of three people in northern Malawi living with HIV.

The 30-minute screening will be followed by a question and answer session with guests including the founder of Purple Field Productions, Elisabeth Waldie, and the Malawi High Commissioner, Dr. Francis Moto…….

To read the full story click here

‘Charity film premiere will help in Aids fight’ featured in the Bristol Evening Post

Charity film premiere will help in Aids fightCHARITY FILM PREMIERE WILL HELP IN AIDS FIGHT

If you’ve had enough of Hollywood blockbusters over Christmas, then a more thought-provoking night is on offer at the Cube next Wednesday.People Like Us is a film premiere with a difference. Produced by Purple Field Productions with the backing of Bristol-based charity Temwa, it describes the experiences of three people in northern Malawi living with HIV.

The 30-minute screening will be followed by a question and answer session with guests including the founder of Purple Field Productions, Elisabeth Waldie, and the Malawi High Commissioner, Dr. Francis Moto…….

To read the full story click here

Premiere screening of People Like Us on 23 January 2008

The premiere of this latest PFP film is set to take place at the Cube Cinema in Bristol on 23 January 2008. The screening will be followed by a panel discussion.
People Like Us Flyer
To download a copy of the flyer, please Click Here.