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COMING SOON: ‘K&J’ – The Link Between Black Men, London and Anime

Written by Bradley Branton, 'K&J' is set to explore what has been in the conversation for the past couple of months, and that is...

Undiagnosed – Going In

Letisha's mental health takes an unexpected turn as she lashes out on Aaron. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BP8rLd6e3-w

Undiagnosed – Letisha is Just Letisha

Things unravel about a tragic moment in the Letitia family. Something that Pauline wants to talk about but Albert shuts her down and continue...

‘Undiagnosed’ – We All Make Mistakes

The first episode opens the webseries with the topics of religion against recovery with intertwine of male leadership. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PFX2tP4xAiA

FIRST LOOK: ‘Undiagnosed’- Simmy King, Leon Herbert, Marcia Tucker, Treyvon Adeyemi, Anola Chase, Jordan...

Simone 'Simmy' King has taken things to a her own hands and follows Smith-Jackson on the quest to spread awareness about mental health in...

FIRST LOOK: ‘Sky Above, Sand Below’ – Daniel Rusteau, Sophia Leonie & Rebecca Clay

Daniel Rusteau went back to his man-cave to produce more writing work following the success of his webseries 'Wedding Dates'.  It's his love for cinematography...

FIRST LOOK: ‘Days To Come’ – Louis Findlay

Louis Findlay has seen the success of his new short 'Days to Come' across the worldwide web of film as well as in LA. In...

#NEWTrackAlert!!!: ShadowCV6 – ‘Not Alone’

ShadowCV6 boldly battles stigma of male mental health with his new release ‘Not Alone’. Hailing from Coventry, ShadowCV6’s poignant new single ‘Not Alone’ championed by...

COMING SOON: ‘After The Sea’ – Lauren Cato & Elliot James Landridge

This special short needs the financial backing to retell a synopsis that deals with the issue of men's mental health. Influenced by true events '...

COMING SOON: ‘Days To Come’ – Louis Findlay

Louis Findlay is working on two new projects that has his creativity as an actor shown throughout. These films are 'Days To Come' and...