The key concepts of our project are made visible in our documentary: reciprocity, co-production, cooperation, the definition of border space, the preservation of a creative space, and sharing of the most relevant results. Would you please help us by answering 4 quick questions about the documentary? (Click here)







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The documentary records all phases of the project and shares its innovative objectives (the art creates wellbeing in the health worker and consequently develops a more empathetic communication between social health workers and people in recovery) and represents a communication tool to spread the project in each country. The documentary has filmed interviews with some partners and project participants (social health workers, people in recovery and artists). The key concepts of our project, made visible in our documentary, are reciprocity, co-production, cooperation, the definition of border space, the preservation of a creative space and the sharing of the most relevant results. The film contains all the most important steps of the project, in some moments of collective work of the partnership, in the piloting phases in each country and at any relevant moment that has emerged along the project path.

Respecting privacy, the people who appear in the documentary have consented to the use of their image. All partner countries have contributed to recording of video material for the documentary, made by the Italian director Costanza Arena. Special thanks to Georgia Palazzolo, Pete Spencely, Marianna Martino, and Maison de l'Image.

The documentary is in English and lasts about 17 minutes. Additionally, training participants Pete Spencely and Georgia 
Palazzolo have produced and contributed further videos, as below.

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