[NetBehaviour] The Cranbrook Video Festival - Wellbeing

Edward Picot julian.lesaux at gmail.com
Sun Sep 11 16:55:09 CEST 2016

The Cranbrook Video Festival is now open for submissions.

This year the Festival is going to be held at the Crane Surgery in 
Cranbrook, and the theme of the festival is 'Wellbeing'. Videos on other 
subjects will be accepted for consideration, but videos about wellbeing 
are particularly welcome.

At the surgery we're currently putting together a series of 
instructional videos about wellbeing, to be displayed in our Waiting 
Room. Research has shown that a sense of wellbeing is just as powerfully 
associated with long life and good health as all the usual physiological 
stuff: weight control, blood pressure control, low cholesterol, plenty 
of exercise, plenty of roughage, etc. Yet most people are very much in 
the dark about what practical things they can do to promote their own 
mental and spiritual good health. But the information's out there: 
creative activity, learning new things, staying active, socialising, 
giving to others and mindfulness are all good for your wellbeing.

For the Festival, we'd particularly like to put together some videos on 
the theme of wellbeing - activities that promote wellbeing, 
circumstances that prevent wellbeing, philosophy of wellbeing, things 
that make you happy, representations of happiness, etc.  Videos should 
ideally be under 10 minutes in length, but longer work will be considered.

The festival will be held at the Crane Surgery in Cranbrook, Kent on 
Friday 19/2/16. The deadline for submissions is 30th December. If 
interested, please contact julian.lesaux at gmail.com with "Video festival 
submission" in the subject-line.

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