Houses of Parliament screening: Girls’ Education South Sudan (GESS)
On Wednesday 29th March we premier our new film about a programme transforming the education of a generation of children in South Sudan at the Houses of Parliament. To find out more about the programme click here. The Girls’ Education South Sudan project (GESS) is a DFID funded programme run by Mott MacDonald.
10th Anniversary BAFTA Dinner
On Monday 11th September 2017 we celebrate our 10th anniversary with a very special fundraising dinner at BAFTA. The evening will bring together 120 distinguished guests to enjoy a three-course gourmet dinner and drinks, in the prestigious BAFTA venue. We will have special guest speakers and entertainment, stories of our of our work from around the world, and an exclusive auction raising vital funds for Medical Aid Films.
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In December we invited friends and supporters of Medical Aid Films to an evening of drinks, to celebrate how far we have come since our foundation and look forward to our plans for 2017, our 10th anniversary year.
Evening Screening at the Medicinema, Guy’s and St Thomas’ Hospital.
On the 2nd of November we hosted a special evening screening of our film on the use of the CRADLE VSA at the wonderful Medicinema in Guy’s and St Thomas’ Hospital. To find out more about our work with this novel blood pressure measuring device click here.
Evening drinks with our new Patron, BAFTA’s Anne Morrison
This September, we invite supporters and Friends of Medical Aid Films to an evening to welcome our fabulous new Patron – Anne Morrison. Anne brings a wealth of experience, as a former Director of the BBC Academy, previously the BBC’s Controller of Documentaries and Contemporary Factual, and the second woman ever to Chair BAFTA. She will speak about her experiences as a woman in the film and TV industry and her passion for how film can save lives.
Workshop: Evaluating Global Health Films
In partnership with TORCH | The Oxford Research Centre In the Humanities, we ran a day-long workshop to explore the research methods and evidence for the use of film in global health. Bringing together academics across disciplines and evaluation practitioners engaged in global health and communications, this event was part of a knowledge exchange project to developing an interdisciplinary academic approach for investigating the impact of global health films.
A glimpse behind the scenes of BBC TV series, Call the Midwife
For the Friends of Medical Aid Films speaker series in March, we were joined by Midwife Terri Coates, sharing her experiences as advisor to Call the Midwife. Terri talked about the hit show, as well as about her recent work with Medical Aid Films and sharing her insights from working on Bangladeshi medical education TV drama.
Breakfast screening: A simple intervention to save babies’ lives
In February we screened our new film about an antiseptic gel called chlorhexidine with GSK and Taylor Wessing. This film was produced with the global Chlorhexidine Working Group in response to the UN’s priority list of thirteen ‘life-saving commodities’, recommended by the World Health Organisation for newborn cord care in regions of high neonatal mortality.