The opening 3 minutes of 13 minute animated musical about oral hygiene made with learning disabled students and produced for NHS Somerset. Fred runs away from the dentist because his teeth start singing to him. 'Attention, Attention, this is your teeth, talking to you from your mouth!' In this epic musical journey, Fred meets Mr Toothpaste and Mr Toothbrush and learns everything there is to know about teeth and the entire subject of Dental Hygiene. A biggerhouse film production for JUMPcuts in association with Somerset Film 2009. Awards: The film has won the Education Business Award For 2010 - Somerset County Council. The Patron\\'s Prize at the National Oral Health Promotion Group conference 2010 and the 'Best Education Award' at the Picture This Film Festival in Canada.a 23 minute comic horror film about food hygiene made by a cast of learning disabled actors. Jane lives on her own, and let's face it, her flat is in a bit of a state. No wonder her friends won't come round, let alone eat the food she makes. One day Jane cooks for Mike. He takes one look at it and escapes, leaving Jane to finish the food herself and to a night she will never forget... Commissioned by the Food Standards Agency and Somerset Learning Disability Services. A biggerhouse film production for JUMPcuts in association with Somerset Film 2006 Awards: S.W. Total Communication The Easy Language, FOODLINK Communicating Food Safety Award. Picture This film festival! Canada Education Award. Best Special Effects Oska Bright Festival.in my book - The Making Of The making of In My Book is an in depth look at how film makers from JUMPcuts worked with a group of actors with learning disabilities, to devise, write and shoot a ten minute drama. Three years in the making, the process began with devising the content for the film based on the actors' strong personal memories. The story of Graham Spittel's real life encounter with Lady Di stood out and became the central focus for the writing of the script. As this development process continued, the film makers noticed that Kester Moon (who plays Mark in the film) was documenting the day's events in minute detail in his grey notebook. These two elements were then combined to produce the final story that you see on screen. In My Book is a Film Academy Production for JUMPcuts - a creative film making project for people with learning disabilities. The film was made by Gabrielle Jones with the support of Stephen Clarke of JUMPcuts film. running time: 14mins A biggerhouse film production for JUMPcuts in association with Somerset Film 2011.A short film made by Stephen Clarke with 2BU, a group of young gay, lesbian + bisexual people in Somerset. A biggerhouse film production for The Young People's Film Council Supported by Somerset Film at the engine room 2008Following three characters' interweaving stories as they battle with issues arising from learning disability, mental illness and dementia. Commissioned by Somerset County Council as a training resource to dramatise issues raised by the Mental Capacity Act to be used in staff training as a focus and discussion point. A biggerhouse film production for JUMPcuts in association with Somerset Film 2009.A 10 minute documentary made by Gabrielle Jones following the filming of 'shape UP' a short 20 drama about healthy eating made by a cast of learning disabled actors. Commissioned by the Food Standards Agency and Somerset Learning Disability Services. A biggerhouse film production for JUMPcuts in association with Somerset Film 2009.Video made with 2BME an LGBT youth group based in Devises for the 'it gets better - today' campaign. funded by Wiltshire Young People's Opportunity Fund a biggerhouse film production for 2BME 3 mins february 2011A 6 minute film which gives an insight into the devising process that went into producing 'Teeth - The Musical' a 13 minute animation about oral hygiene produced for NHS Somerset. A biggerhouse film production for JUMPcuts in association with Somerset Film 2009. Teeth - The Musical Awards: Education Business Award For 2010 - Somerset County Council. Regional Health Authority Health & Social Care Awards - Patron's Prize 2010(This is three minute extract of a 9 minute film) Paul makes the big mistake of letting his brother know he fancies Sam... ...who tells his dad, who tells his support worker, who tells his teacher... They are all just trying to act in Paul's 'Best Interest' But it doesn't work like that... AWARDS: 'Best overall film' at the Oska Bright Festival 2011 'Best Drama' at the Flash Forward Film Festival in Oxford 2010. A biggerhouse film production for JUMPcuts in association with Somerset Film 2009.This film follows Nick as he visits the oldest known collection of misericords, in Exeter Cathedral One of 4 films made by people who are living with dementia. These films are about people who are living with dementia. But these films are not just about dementia. They are about people living their lives positively, with vitality and creativity. They are about people who are still learning, and still growing. They show that dementia is life-changing, but not life-ending. innovationsindementia.org.uk/A 10 minute version of a 20 minute drama about healthy eating, made by a cast of learning disabled actors. 'James needs to lose weight but he's fed up with everyone having a go at him.... Jane wants to stop eating junk food but finds it too tempting... Jake wants to put weight on because he thinks he is too weedy... when will they all learn to 'shape UP!' Commissioned by the Food Standards Agency and Somerset Learning Disability Services. A biggerhouse film production for JUMPcuts in association with Somerset Film 2008.A three minute clip from the final mixed and graded 13 minute film. A biggerhouse film production for JUMPcuts in association with Somerset Film 2011.A believer in helping; a learning disability person of standing, David empathized and campaigned for disability rights. His last project was for better information about cancer. He raised money to make this film but never saw it finished. Despite disabilities don’t underestimate David’s understanding of the choices he had left. This film is about David Ripley who had mild special needs after being born with Hydrocephalus in 1971. He grew up in Liverpool and at fifteen moved to Somerset. The documentary takes the audience through the last 2 years of his life as he battled his Leukeamia, in parallel an extensive photo archive explains David’s upbringing, key achievements, hobbies and values. Filming started when David was alive and undergoing Radiotherapy (at the Bristol Royal Infirmary), he was interviewed in his flat and also kept a video diary for the last six weeks of his life. David had a clear voice and came across well on camera, a warm, considered and engaging personality. David embodied what the care sector have been trying to do, that people with learning disabilities should not just in the community but should be ‘part of’ the community. David’s Mother and Father, Alan and Sue, his younger sister Wendy and brother in law John talk about his him after he has died. His Dad was a Anglican preacher for much of his life and presents emotionally difficult moments in enlightening ways. His Mum has been a campaigner in various roles through out her life and continues to work a bereavement charity, she worked with David to record a diary of all the complicated procedures that happened to him when he was first diagnosed. Wendy is an engineer and has a very forthright delivery and articulates her love and sisterly frustration about her brother. The film interweaves all these elements so that the film isn’t just about someone dying from cancer but expanding ‘the patient’ into a whole person, showing him as being part of a wider community, which includes the hospital staff that treated him. – staff from Yeovil District Hospital, Musgrove Park Taunton and the B.R.I. The film celebrates some of David’s many achievements in his life, including getting this film off the ground and doesn’t hide the fact that he dies but highlights that he had a supportive and loving family; that loved and cherished him whilst he was alive and that have been brave enough to help share David’s story since he has gone. It is a subtle story about someone turning his diagnose into something useful for others; also that disability is not a measure of courage or intention. Through all the things that did happen to him he also stayed upbeat in his out look, he was able to live from day to day and enjoy the time he did have. The film is a reminder that all of us we have to face our own mortality and David’s example is a lesson in how to do that bravely.(preview only) 5 real life stories about relationships and sexuality from people with a learning difficulty. Michael wants a girlfriend but is stuck in the grey zone. Phil and Ali are moving in together. Jo has never talked about it, since it happened. Anton says it's just a label. Dan thinks they're ready but Sue is not so sure. A biggerhouse film production for JUMPcuts in association with Somerset Film 2011.