October & December: Ordinary Lives, our documentary series is broadcast on LatestTV Brighton and shared across the UK Local TV Network.
October: Under the Same Roof, exploring cooperative housing in the context of ‘home and belonging’, which resonates with developing debates around lack of access to decent and affordable housing for many people.
April-October: commissioned by East Sussex County Council to produce a series of short films about their Family Keywork programme (nationally known as the Troubled Families Initiative) for their Keywork teams and other agencies invloved.
January: Something in the Silence (an edit combining the three short films currently on our site) was broadcast on the Community Channel.
2013/14: Denis continues working with Catch 22 in Northampton on a one year Arts Council funded film project with young people defined as ‘hard to reach’, and on the edges of the criminal justice system; a continuation of the work that produced Home Ground.


September: our three short films Something in the Silence were screened during International Suicide Prevention Day.
July: working with Grassroots Suicide Prevention Charity to make three short films exploring the impact of stigma suicide survivors and their families.
June: starting work that explores cooperative housing across Brighton and Hove for CHIBAH (Cooperative Housing in Brighton and Hove). Engaging with issues around lack of affordable housing and the role of coops in meeting housing needs and building community.

April: No Place Like Home selected for Sheffield DocFest Videotheque in June.
March: final short film In Passing completed for ‘Places For All’.


December: No Place Like Home was broadcast on the Community Channel as part of their Homeless season. See
Continuing our work in Peterborough; the result will be a co-authored short film with young people living in the Foyer, exploring issues of living apart from family.
We returned to our collaboration with Creating Timelines; Celebrations is the latest short film in In The Objectcycle.
Teresa presented some of our film work on homelessness and the ethical issues involved, at a Knowledge Lab event looking at issues of film/video interpretation in research.

November: Some Kind of Life  was screened during the Leicester DocFilmFest.
No Place Like Home, a short film from our latest project, was screened during CineCity Film Festival, Brighton. Based in a Thames Reach hostel in London, we tell the stories of ex-rough sleepers, people who are coming off the Street and trying to lead an ‘ordinary life’; in this film we follow Paul, who has been a rough sleeper for over 10 years, as he confronts his addictions & struggles with anxiety about ordinary everyday things.  Some Kind of Life,  was screened alongside this current work.
We filmed the 1st Seedy Sunday event in Eastbourne; part of our continuing work around issues of food growing in an urban context.

September: Some Kind of Life received its 1st broadcast on the Community Channel at the end of September, & is now in the Channel’s monthly broadcast cycle.

August: Our film, Some Kind of Life, has been accepted by the Community Channel for broadcast. We continue filming with hostel residents in 2 hostels run by ThamesReach in west London; mental health continues as an underlying issue for most of the residents.
Always Somewhere Else reached the Berwick Film Festival shortlist (theme: Pictures in Motion).

June/July: we have now edited our film footage (Some Kind of Life)  into a longer documentary, to be screened during the Peterborough Festival, at Cafe Valise, a pop-up venue presented by Metal -30th June – 6th July 2012.

May: We screened some of our film work from Peterborough: Some Kind of Life, at the Spaces of [dis]location Conference, University of Glasgow; we talked about the development of our collaborative practice & the way it’s influenced how we structure our work.
We’re currently editing our filmwork from Peterborough, about issues of homelessness, into a longer, thematically framed documentary for wider distribution.
We have also started work in London, with ThamesReach, at one of their hostels for ex-street sleepers; we’ve met some of the hostel residents, & will be introduced to others over the month.

April: We return to Peterborough to complete the homeless film work: Some Kind of Life, and to continue work with the Foyer, a hostel for young people in need of accomodation and support.

March: We are beginning work with Grassroots Training in East Brighton to develop short films engaging with community-based suicide intervention and prevention.
We are in discussions with ThamesReach, the homelessness charity, to develop work we began in Peterborough, with their projects across London.
We will be facilitating a series of participatory evaluation workshops during 2012/13 involving the CitizenPower strand of Connected Communities in Peterborough.