The group came together to raise awareness of addiction and the impact it has on individuals, families and communities by taking a fresh approach.
We aim to reduce the stigma associated with having an addiction.
By giving people the opportunity to experience through film a diverse range of real life stories from people affected by addiction it may help reduce the stigma of addiction.
The organising partners are:
We welcome any registered charities that would like to support the festival. We thank all charity partners in name on our website and wherever possible on our promotional materials.
Working together we believe that we will be able to achieve our shared vision. We just ask that you commit to screening the 2017 festival films (downloaded materials and films are made available free of charge on our website) and helping create a greater understanding of addiction by telling your supporters about the festival.
If you're interested in becoming a charity partner contact us here.
The charity partners are:
We welcome business partners that share the vision of our festival. Businesses of all kinds can play a positive role in making a difference to the way we view addiction and recovery in our society. We thank all business partners on our website and wherever possible on our promotional materials. The festival organisers are all charities, our film makers and volunteers give their time and talent free of charge therefore to support our work we suggest a voluntary donation of £250.
If you're interested in becoming a charity partner contact us here