Take Their Love is a kookie but affectionate look at the goings on of a spiritualist church in Newton Abbot where members of the congregation receive communication from the dead. Green Lane Films Director, Emma … Continue reading Spiritualist Church Film Wins Best Documentary
Zest Physiotherapy for Life specialises in elderly fitness MOTs – a health test for older people. They provide elderly fitness check ups in Dartington and Totnes: a kind of MOT for older people to find … Continue reading Elderly Fitness MOTs – Physiotherapy for Older People
Tribe is a ground breaking project in Devon focussing on improving young people’s confidence, resilience, academic achievement and literacy. The results clearly show how literacy levels increase as self esteem is nurtured. “In times of … Continue reading How Literacy Increases When Self Esteem Increases
Open Dialogue, pioneered in Finland, is a different approach to much of mental health care in the UK. It involves the family and social network as part of the treatment process. All healthcare staff are … Continue reading Open Dialogue is a Revolution in Psychiatric System
Schumacher College crowdfunding video, produced by Green Lane Films, achieved its target – raising £25,225 in 25 days! Schumacher College is internationally renowned, offering ecology-centred masters programmes and short courses. You can even study holistic science. It … Continue reading Crowdfunding Video raises 25K in 25 days!
Schumacher College offers ecology-centred masters programmes and short courses attracting people from over 90 different countries, of all ages and backgrounds. You can even study holistic science! To celebrate their 25th year, Schumacher College have built … Continue reading Schumacher College Build International Network For Change
After seeing Åsmund Seip perform his poetry in Totnes, Green Lane Films Director, Emma Goude, joined the gift economy by making a free video to show her appreciation. ‘Normal’ is a powerful display of the longing … Continue reading Green Lane Films enters the Gift Economy with Poetry video