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  • That’s a Wrap! (For now)

    That’s a Wrap! (For now)

    We have just finished our two-week shoot in North Macedonia, and wanted to say once again a massive THANK YOU to all of you who donated! Visiting North Macedonia this May 2021 to begin shooting was essential for us, to capture the beginning of this story. On our journey through the sun-dappled streets of Skopje, the music of Šutka, the washing lines of Strumica, and the balconies of Gostivar, we met the most incredible group… Continue reading That’s a Wrap! (For now)

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  • Coaches on the Couch shortlisted for Archiboo Awards for Best Podcast

    Coaches on the Couch shortlisted for Archiboo Awards for Best Podcast

    Coaches On The Couch is the podcast from the coaches behind Step Up, the leadership development programme for architects and built environment consultancies. Co-hosts Rachel Birchmore and Louise Rodgers bring their experience and knowledge of the sector and coaching insights to explore the world of work and progressive leadership through conversations with special guests. We are proud that Archiboo have shortlisted them for Best Podcast Award.We’ve been editing their podcast for the last two seasons… Continue reading Coaches on the Couch shortlisted for Archiboo Awards for Best Podcast

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  • BTRL Team talk on Small Screen Stories

    BTRL Team talk on Small Screen Stories

    Small Screen Stories Podcast hosted two of our crew members from Beyond the Red Light Film: “On Small Screen Stories this week, our very own Alessia Armenise talks to Thea Sun and Sabrina Jones. They are two of the five women behind Aral Sea Production, and they’re on the episode to talk about their new documentary Beyond the Red Lights. Their documentary will depict the global sex workers’ movement.” Listen Now

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  • ‘Owning Our Madness’ gets special mention at RAFA 2020

    ‘Owning Our Madness’ gets special mention at RAFA 2020

    “Sherando Ferril-Cupid, shares her story from the opposite side of the Atlantic. We were impressed by her fresh and vibrant voice, as she explores how myths about mental illness in Jamaica are holding back treatments and acceptance in her homeland. Sherando breaks down the cultural beliefs and misunderstandings that madness is a form of sin, ill discipline, or a Voodoo curse.” We worked closely with Sherando Ferril-Cupid in the application process for the RAFA 2020.Sherando… Continue reading ‘Owning Our Madness’ gets special mention at RAFA 2020

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