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Over the past few months we have been working closely with Clare and Jo, the dynamic duo of Hot Coals Productions to create a film about our company, supported by City Bridge Trust and Media Trust.

The two days of filming back in August were definitely one of our summer highlights! We were thrilled to meet and work on set with the very talented team of disabled, d/Deaf and Neurodivergent artists and film crew that Clare and Jo brought together.

The film is currently in post-production, and whilst the magic in the editing room is in progress, we will only say how excited we are that two outstanding artists, Jack Hunter and Sophie Stone, are the protagonists.

A young man smiles to a film crew member. He has short hair and beard, he wears glasses and a bright orange T-shirt.

Jack Hunter, performer in the film, on the set with Assistant Director, Viki Carter. Photo credit: Jessica Sansom.

Two women on a film set outdoors. On the left, the woman with long curly blonde hair and wearing a bright orange jacket, looks and smiles to the woman on the right, who wears a green top and cap, and gestures directions.

Sophie Stone, performer in the film, on the set with Director, Clare Louise-English of Hot Coals Productions. Photo credit: Jessica Sansom.

The rest will be revealed later this autumn, when we share the film: watch this space!