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Princess Pumpalot (The Farting Princess) COMING SOON

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Princess Pumpalot (The Farting Princess) is a new book which will be published in the summer of 2012.

Written by Robin Mitchell, Princess Pumpalot is a children's book aimed at 9-11 year olds.

On the occasion of her 13th birthday, Princess Pumpalot is presented with the key to the cabinet. This is no ordinary key and this is no ordinary cabinet. The cabinet contains 32,141 tins of magic beans . . . beans that make you fart.

Written in the style of a screenplay, Princess Pumpalot (The Farting Princess) is a funny wee story which farts along at a great pace.

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Going to a Child Contact Centre

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We have just finished our short animation film, Going to a Child Contact Centre which can be viewed HERE.

The film describes the experience of four children attending a Child Contact Centre in Scotland. The Edinburgh animator, Jim Stirk created the animation from a script by Charlene Kelly and original artwork by David Trujillo-Farley.

Going to a Child Contact Centre is one of a series of films we have produced in association with Freedonia Films for Relationships Scotland including Child Contact in Scotland:Supported and Child Contact in Scotland:Supervised.

 

 

 

Short Films on Vimeo

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Our short documentary films The Rest is Silence and Breadmakers can now be viewed on the Scottish Documentary Institute's Vimeo website.

The Rest is Silence follows the course of an unidentified body through its progress from discovery to burial.

Click HERE to view The Rest is Silence.

At a unique Edinburgh bakery, a community of workers with learning disabilities makes a variety of organic breads for daily delivery to shops and cafes in the city.

Click HERE to view Breadmakers.

 

Jumper-Ooter

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Title: Jumper-Ooter

Year of Production: 2009

Genre: Documentary

Running Time: 3 minutes

Director: Andrew T. Henderson

Producer: Robin Mitchell


This is a short behind-the-scenes documentary about the work of the legendary 'Jumper-Ooters' of Edinburgh, the characters who haunt the nightly Witchery Tours of the capital’s Old Town.

Established in 1984, the Witchery Tours have been scaring people from all over the world (and closer to home) almost every night for quarter of a century.

The film features Liam Kirkaldy as the ‘jumper-Ooter’ and Euan MacInnes playing the part of the pale-faced phantom Adam Lyal (deceased). Euan also features heavily in the documentary The Scottish Parliament - Following the Ghost Road.

Jumper-Ooter was directed by BAFTA nominated Andrew T. Henderson.

Watch the film here.

 

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Relationships Scotland Films

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Titles: Films for Relationships Scotland

Year: 2011-2012

Genre: Documentary

Running time: Various

Director: Jim Hickey

Producer: Robin Mitchell


A series of short films for the family support charity Relationships Scotland.

Couples in Counselling 1 (14 mins):

The first of two films showing how couple counselling provides a safe place where couples can explore the difficulties they may be having with their relationship.

You can watch the film here.

Couples in Counselling 2 (15 mins):

The second of two films showing how couple counselling provides a safe place where couples can explore the difficulties they may be having with their relationship.

You can watch the film here.

Family Mediation Explained (13 mins):

A film showing how separated parents who are having difficulties find out about the mediation process.

You can watch the film here.

Family Mediation In Action (14 mins):

A film showing parents who are having difficulties attending three mediation sessions. They discuss and agree a positive way forward for them as a family.

You can watch the film here.

Child Contact in Scotland: Supported (8 mins):

The film follows a child's first visit to a Child Contact Centre to meet with his father who he hasn't seen for a long time. This is a supported contact, in which the Contact Centre staff facilitate contact but do not stay in the room with the parent and child. The parents do not meet on this occasion, but the mother is in a room nearby should the child wish to see her at any time.

You can watch the film here.

Child Contact in Scotland: Supervised (15 mins):

This film illustrates the process of a Supervised Contact when a father's request to see his daughter after a long absence results in a court order for supervised contact.

You can watch the film here.

Going to a Child Contact Centre (4 mins):

Animation film describing the experience of going to a Child Contact Centre from four children's point of view.

You can watch the film here.

 


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