Inna Vision Film School screenings

Inna Vision Film School screenings

The Inna Vision Film School, based in Hackney, has been a year long project working with adults with lived experience of mental health issues, and those without. The participants have made a slate of short documentary and experimental films during the process, touching on various aspects of mental health experience, and with a particular focus on African and Caribbean communities. The participants will present their work in series of screenings and lead discussions of the issues. You can see examples of our films at

On Thursday May 8th, from 6.30 – 8pm we are the guests of the Participatory Film In Action Group. We will be screening our work, presented by the participants, with a particular focus on the creative and participatory process. This is at The Daniel Lebeskind Space, GC1-08, Tower Building, London Metropolitan University, 166-220 Holloway Road, London N7 8DB. Tickets are free:

On Saturday May 10th, from 7.30pm – midnight, we are having a screening and celebration party at Hackney Attic, Hackney Picturehouse, 270 Mare St, London E8 1HE. In addition to the films there will be live entertainment, and music from the Loud Minority Sound System! Tickets are £4 in advance and £5 on the door.

We have a number of other screenings coming up:
Tues 13th May at Brady Arts & Community Centre, 192-196 Hanbury St, London E1 5HU. 10am – 2pm
Friday 16th May at Neighbours in Poplar, St Matthias Community Centre, Poplar High Street, London, E14 0AE. 1.30pm – 3pm
Thurs 22nd May at Mile End Art Pavilion, Clinton Road, Mile End Park, London E3 4QY 10am – 2pm.
Sat 7th June at Clapton Park Estate, Gilpin Sqaure, E5. Tbc
Thurs 12th June at Homerton Library, E5. 5.30 – 8pm tbc
Sat 21st June at Windrush Square, Brixton. Part of Anxiety Festival & Time To Change village event. 12 – 5pm.
Sat 28th June at 100 Years Gallery, Shoreditch. Tbc
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Inna Vision is a partnership between Loud Minority (a participatory film practice in Hackney, led by Bhavesh Hindocha and Geoff Johnston), Mellow (a mental health and arts agency led by Sandra Griffiths), East London Hopefuls (an African Caribbean mental health group) and Social Action for Health (a charity based in London Fields). It’s funded by Time To Change, England’s biggest programme to end the stigma and discrimination faced by people with mental health problems.