A SHORT film revealing the experiences, emotions and coping strategies of forces children living in Scotland, dealing with deployment, is to be premiered in Edinburgh at Dynamic Earth on Thursday 15th November 2012.
To arrange interviews/ for media queries, and to confirm your attendance, please contact Jen Nash, Panache Communications t. 07971 466 220 email email@example.com
The 26-minute film, titled ‘Forces Kids – This is my Life’, captures the emotional highs and lows experienced by military children when a parent is deployed to combat zones and how they deal with separation and loss.
It also reveals the support that military children give to one another during such times, and highlights the importance of talking over concerns with friends, family and teachers.
This film will be used to support the work of the RCET in Scottish schools, serving to highlight the benefits of encouraging children to share their thoughts and feelings with their peers, teachers and provide reassurance that ‘they are not alone’.
The film has been commissioned and funded by the Royal Caledonian Education Trust, a Scottish charity that provides educational grants and support to children of Scots who have served or are serving in the Armed Forces.
The premiere will be attended by the children who helped make the film, the Royal Caledonian Education Trust, the filmmakers, as well as guests and dignitaries from the military, education sector and business community in Scotland.
Date: 15th November 2012 Venue: Dynamic Earth, Edinburgh
Media opportunity: You are invited to watch the film screening which will start prompt at 11am (doors open 1015am for refreshments).
Photographs and Interviews and with the Trust staff and some of the children who were involved in making the film will be available after the screening at around 1145hrs.
To arrange interviews/ for media queries and to confirm your attendance please contact Jen Nash, Panache Communications t. 07971 466 220 email firstname.lastname@example.org
Schools who have participated in the making of the film: Collinton Primary and Firhill Secondary in Edinburgh, Mauricewood Primary and Beeslack Community High School in Penicuik, Ardvreck College in Crieff, Perthshire, Queen Victoria MOD boarding school in Dunblane Stirling, and Leuchars Primary and Madras College in St Andrews, Fife will be attending.
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