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3 awareness campaign films for #AutismAwareness week

3 awareness campaign films for #AutismAwareness week

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April 1, 2015
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Last weekend  I spent 7 hours filming with Andrew Dobosz what a remarkable young man and a passion to help others, and a wonderful filmmaker whom I’m looking forward to working with, with my film ‘twin brothers world’s apart’, which will be filmed as a drama series in the very early 1980’s the film will be about 20 mins in total and then we hope to enter it into film festivals and hopefully one day a producer will take it on and Turn it into a full feature film, as I think many of films what portray autism are completely wrong.

  

Above Andrew filming 

The first film we did was an important one was a campaign film to the government for autism awareness week and asking Cameron and miliband to put autism on top of the political agenda – I’m inundated daily on social media parents at breaking point, adults fighting to get a diagnoses, so many parents children and young adults been sent to mental health units that are simply not geared up for helping people with autism.

  

The second film we did was for the #iamthomas campaign an awareness film to highlight the event on the 4th June in London at parliament square at 1pm I would encourage anyone to attend to support Paula this is one of the most horrific autism story’s I’ve ever come across in the last 14 years as a campaigner – so please be there on the day and support Paula 

  

The Third campaign film was about twitter – the horrific impersonation and twitter cloning that I’ve endured over the last two years, having had police, mps, celebrity’s write too twitter they still refuse to verify my account, when other campaigners like me whom who have had abuse have been verified, I recently had an article on the BBC and the independent, as well In the last year been on itv, BBC, sky news, channel 5 news they still won’t protect me I recently stated in the independent article that I feel “discrimated and singled out”. Which is a serious disability hate crime but I will continue to campaign about this until justice is done.

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