Time to Change: Stand Up Kid

It's time to stop laughing.

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A typical classroom full of sniggering kids and an overly pompous teacher is the setting for this hard-hitting film out of Dare London for anti-mental health discrimination charity Time to Change. A teenager, walking in late after missing weeks of class stands up on his chair, to make a powerful speech about the symptoms of depression, and the need to end the ridicule.

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Credits
Date
Sep 17, 2012
Agency:
Dare London
Client:
Time to Change
Prod. Co.:
Sonny
Director:
Tony Barry
Copywriter:
Dipesh Mistry
Art Director:
Robert Graves-Morris
TV Producer:
Pete Thornton
Production Company:
Sonny
Director:
Tony Barry
Producer:
Jacob Madsen
Production Manager:
Dawn Christy
DOP:
Theo Garland
Art Director:
Tom Wales
Costume Designer:
Alex Day
Editor:
Rich Orrick
Edit House:
Work
Post:
The Mill
Post Producer:
Cath Short
VFX Supervisor:
Cath Short
Audio Post-Production:
Wave
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