The Silent Pain has been nominated for an Award
Category: News & Written by Simon On November-25-2019 11:00:50
The Silent Pain
Around this time last year, The Saleem Foundation
put together a short film named The Silent Pain highlighting what it is like to live with a mental health condition and how it is not always obvious that someone is suffering in silence. The video was made in partnership with Dudley Mind and Headway Black Country.
A year later and The Silent Pain has been nominated for this year's Charity Film Awards https://charityfilmawards.com/videos
In the Charities Turnover £0- 10,000 category!! Public voting for entries is open from mid-October - 1st December, so there is still time to cast your vote if you would like to show your support. If you would like to vote for The Silent Pain you can do so here
The public vote shortlist will be announced during January 2020 and the list of finalists for each category will be announced during March 2020. Winners will be announced at a black tie gala event during Spring 2020.
"Saleem Foundation in partnership with Shaz Saleem Productions have produced a short film, which gives an insight on how easily any form of mental health related symptoms can go unnoticed. The Silent pain, a film reflecting on mental health outlines how depression is not always obvious and how we should take a moment out just to ask one another are you ok? Itâ€™s important we spread the message of hope, it's important we stress its ok not to be ok but more importantly, itâ€™s important we all know we are not alone."