Over the last 20 years Limelight have collaborated with clients to produce films and animations that support and educate whilst facilitating change and discussion particularly in the health sector.
Limelight specialise in interview based narrative storytelling and have thousands of hours of experience interviewing subjects on a range of subjects around Australia including mental health, depression and anxiety, dementia, drug and alcohol dependence, palliative care, schizophrenia, homelessness, borderline personality disorder, child abuse and domestic violence.
Over a 20 year period Limelight have produced thousands of films, been nominated for 3 National ATOM awards, (winning in 2014 for the Agency for Clinical Innovation’s Pain Management Network. Best Instructional Training Resource) and were also the proud Gold winner of the Learn Impact Awards 2018 (HETI, Healthcare Responses to Homelessness.)
Our clients include the Agency for Clinical Innovation, NSW Health, Hunter New England Health, The University of Newcastle, HETI, The Australian Psychological Society, Principal’s Australia Institute, Roads and Maritime Service, Thiess Australia and the Hunter Development Corporation.
Just...Don't - Combat anti-social behaviour
A new campaign to tackle anti-social behaviour among younger patrons of licensed venues. The “Just…Don’t” campaign targets drinking etiquette for younger patrons through a combination of digital and print resources. Devised by the NSW Government in collaboration with the Maitland Liquor Accord, the campaign targets young people attending bars, pubs and clubs.
Tackling Violence- Education Centre Against Violence
An educational video resource produced by the Education Centre Against Violence (ECAV) in partnership with Country Rugby League (CRL). Our objective was to promote involvement in the Tackling Violence Program, using the Rugby league platform to educate and engage regional communities to discuss and identify the many issues surrounding family and domestic violence in an effort to change attitudes and behaviours.
Carer Films- NSW Health
A series of films to raise awareness of the role of the carer and the issues and challenges carers face.
The Social Determinants of Health - ACI
Limelight worked closely with the ACI to create an animation to introduced the concept of Social Determinants and how they impact a person’s health.
The piece aimed to change the behaviour and perceptions of health professionals, educating them on the small actions that can improve the well-being and therefore health of their patients.
International Day of People with Disability-DSS
In 2019 Paralympian Kurt Fearnley was selected as the patron for International Day of People with Disability and Limelight were most privileged to work with Kurt and the Department of Social Services to promote this great event.
Angels Gather Here -Limelight Creative Media Independent Release
Demonstrating their commitment to improving the mental health, wellbeing and resilience of the indigenous community, Ian and Anna self funded an independent documentary ‘Angels Gather Here.’
The film explores the ongoing inter generational effects of the stolen generation and celebrates the Trapman family’s love, hope and resilience in the face of adversity.
Limelight worked closely with HNEH to create an introduction film to sit on the Hunter New England Health Patient Info site as well as films to sit within the Youth Mental Health information pages. The videos, aimed at engaging young people with mental issues included 5 individual ‘Lived Experience’ films featuring young people telling their own stories of how they managed their depression and anxiety and what helped them.
RAMHP - The Centre for Remote and Rural Mental Health
Limelight produced 4 films for the RAMPH training resource for designed for staff who are in contact with distressed rural clients or customers. The films provide staff with the skills and knowledge to deal effectively with clients experiencing stress and to support effective interactions with clients.
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