Exposure is proud to release its latest short film, Dear Me, Dear You. Funded by The Big Lottery Fund, Awards for All the film forms part of our year-long project to raise awareness about self-harm. Dear Me, Dear You highlights the growing problem of self-harm amongst young people, exploring why it takes place and offering […]
“Once upon a time in an enchanted castle not so far from here there lived a wise woman. She kept a close eye on the trials and tribulations of all the young people around her.” “Robbie was a sad and lonely boy, twitching with nervous energy.” “Ella was a lost party girl who put having […]
Exposure is proud to release its latest short film, Push, a drama following the life of a young girl who finds herself trapped in a vicious circle of gang activity. Following on from Breaking the Chain, our last gang film exploring the tragic consequences of gang crime, this film focuses on how easy it can […]
Hackney has always been a borough of immense diversity and extremes. One part is rich. One part is poor. There are areas known for violence, and there are areas where some of London’s most expensive homes can be bought. There’s the vibrant nightlife of Shoreditch and the cultural melting pot of Brick Lane. But one […]
Exposure is proud to release two short films tackling modern slavery, produced with young people in Enfield. Over the last nine months we have worked with students primarily from Nightingale Academy in Edmonton and St Anne’s Catholic High School in Palmers Green. The young people opted to investigate the topic of modern slavery, as they […]
First Date is Exposure’s new film, commissioned by Haringey Council, promoting the ‘Come Correct’ London C-Card free condom scheme for young people in Haringey and across London. It shows how to use male and female condoms, lube and dams and promotes a healthy and safe sex life. “In 20 years of working on young people’s […]
Exposure has secured funding from the Jack Petchey Foundation to help at least 15 young people with learning difficulties develop and improve their communication skills and creativity through embarking on a creative learning award. The project follows on from Exposure publishing a supplement in a previous issue of its magazine, recounting the stories of three […]
Exposure has secured a grant from Barnet Council’s Area Committee to fund a creative media project addressing domestic abuse. The project is hot on the heels of our last Barnet-based project, Breaking The Chain, a short film raising awareness of gang culture and I Need Help, a campaign promoting support services to young victims of […]
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