Film-maker and documentarian Hannah Currie. Her latest piece of work is the documentary We are all here which looks at the life and sadly the death of Callum Barnes. Suicide is the number one killer of men under 50 and in my opinion ,needs to change, so please watch the show and take the time to support We are all here.
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02:46 The emotional impact of making this documentary and how it has affected her
07:10 Challenges of film making
09:04 Mental health education in schools and society
11:09 The pressure of society and the inability of constructive communication
13:33 Social media and the problems that it presents
16:20 Tackling a variety of mental health issues
19:24 Mental health foundation and the future of Scotland
25:06 Discussing the pressure of the music industry
29:03 Showing the film in Glasgow
36:09 What advice would you give to someone who is struggling in life
MHF Live in association with MILK Glasgow and Lost Art Agency presents:
We Are All Here Film Premiere // Mental Health Music Symposium // & Very Special Guests
We Are All Here Film Premiere + Q&A
We are proud to present the Scottish premiere of *We Are All Here*, a short documentary about Glasgow rapper Lumo whose death aged 21 left an indelible mark on the Scottish hip hop community. Piecing together Lumo's complex story from his own lyrics and video diaries, the film also features intimate interviews with his close friends and family and aims to open up the conversation about the young male mental health crisis. (Dir. Hannah Currie 2018; duration 24 mins). The film will be followed by a Q&A with the director and contributors, hosted by journalist Jonathan Rimmer.
Mental Health Music Symposium featuring Loki in conversation with Muslim Alim, with Psychologist Simon Stuart and DJ Steg G
This one off Mental Health Music Symposium aims to explore mental health themes through the medium of hip hop - dissecting bars to discuss addiction, depression, psychosis and more. Tracks selected and discussed by Scottish rapper Loki (AKA Darren McGarvey // Winner - Orwell Prize) and BBC Producer Muslim Alim, with expert input from NHS clinical psychologist Simon Stuart plus tracks played live on the decks by DJ Steg G (Sunny Govan; Butter). Think Desert Island Discs with a Hip Hop / Mental Health spin.
Special Guest Performances from rappers and We Are All Here film contributors A-Macc and Subkonsious, plus Solareye (Winner - Best Hip Hop Act - Scottish Alternative Music Awards 2018) and award-winning poet Leyla Josephine.
14+ (Parental Advisory: Explicit Content)
Tickets on sale now. All proceeds to the Mental Health Foundation, working to create a world with good mental health for all.
MHF Live is the new music fundraising initiative by the Mental Health Foundation which aims to 'Raise Awareness, Raise Money & Raise the Roof' for mental health.