AMEND news in Tag: Charity Film Awards
Kids’ Cartoon Reaches Charity Film Awards Finals!
We are thrilled that our cartoon for kids about PGL syndromes has reached the finals of the Charity Film Awards! We now have a chance to win a People’s Choice Award if we get enough votes in the 2nd round. So, even if you voted for our film in the first round, please do vote for it again by Friday 10th March! Thank you!
AMEND Film wins Bronze People’s Choice Award
At the Charity Film Awards ceremony for finalists at the Odeon, Leicester Square, on Tuesday 23rd March, we were delighted to learn that AMEND's film, 'Surgery: Claudia's Story', had won a Bronze People's Award, a wonderful testament to the advocacy work our young adult members.
Last Chance to Vote for Claudia’s Film in the Charity Film Awards
The public voting period for the Charity Film Awards has been extended to midnight on Sunday 23rd January! Please take a few short seconds to view, vote for and share Claudia's film and help us raise awareness of the issues facing young adults with health issues like MEN syndromes. Thanks!
Vote for Claudia’s Film in the Charity Film Awards
Voting is open for the Charity Film Awards and we need your help! Please take a few short seconds to vote for Claudia's film and help us raise awareness of the issues facing young adults with health issues like MEN syndromes. Thanks!
Charity Film Awards Night!
Tonight is the Charity Film Awards Ceremony, which will be streamed online from 7pm. However; before that, we will have a Pre-Awards Party, with interviews with our Film Star, Ethan, his family and our film's producer, Michelle Maynard from Red Goat Productions. The Party finishes will a lovely tune or two from mother and son musicians (and AMEND members), Anne and Gillie.
MEN2B and Me: Ethan (his own words) Film Reaches Award Finals
We were thrilled to learn that our patient experience film about MEN2B has reached the finals of the 2020 Charity Film Awards. MEN2B and Me: Ethan (his own words), is a short film that focuses on one of our younger members with MEN2B, Ethan Holliman.
Voting open again for Charity Film Awards
In January, after a public vote, our film about Ethan and his diagnosis of MEN2B was shortlisted in the 2020 Charity Film Awards. The second phase of voting is now open and we need your support once again.