We have created and continue to do so a number of short films to raise awareness and challenge the stereotypes for people living with dementia and cognitive impairments.
We are continually making more films, so please check back regularly to see films as they are added.
'bold conversations' are a collection of 3 short films with Ron & Karen discussing what it's like, as a couple, to live with dementia.
A collaboration between Deepness and bold.
The Wobbly Dog
A bold conversation about the dark place of Ron's Dementia diagnosis and how peer support and realisation of what's possible in a new life with dementia lead to acceptance.
A bolder conversation about Ron's health complications with Dementia, including incontinence and the impact on them as a couple and as a person and how Ron can retain his autonomy.
The Restful Place
The boldest conversation about the difficult topic of death and Ron's 'exit plan' and the complications of that with Dementia.
Amazon Alexa Campaign
Ron Coleman has diabetes and dementia and shared how he often forgets things. He uses Alexa to keep a track of his daily routines which helps him to be more independent.
Ron was asked to be part of the Amazon Alexa Campaign showing how Alexa keeps him independent, he is really pleased with how it has turned out.
Films produced by Deepness, funded by Life Changes Trust.
Lost in Stornoway
A film about dementia: living in the moment, and following your own yellow brick road.
Written by Ron Coleman and John Stahl from a concept by Ron Coleman. Starring Jane Paton and John Stahl. Directed by Laura Cameron-Lewis. Funded by Life Changes Trust.
Being the Daughter of the Demented Poet
A film about all the things you feel when your Dad is diagnosed with dementia.
Written and performed by Francesca Taylor-Coleman, from a concept by Ron Coleman. Directed by Laura Cameron-Lewis. Funded by Life Changes Trust
A film about a Consultation with a Doctor via Zoom. Will the doctor see the person or talk to the carer usual?
Written by Ron Coleman, screenplay by Ron Coleman, John Stahl and Laura Cameron-Lewis. Performed by John Stahl, Karen Taylor and Francesca Taylor-Colman and Andrew Eaton-Lewis. Directed by Laura Cameron-Lewis. Funded by Life Changes Trust.
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