A series of short films for the BBC comparing the lives of children from different cities in the UK to the lives of 7 children in non-European countries, including Papua New Guinea, Japan and Iqaluit CA. Each film gives a fun and revealing insight into the cultural and social differences between both the UK cities and overseas locations through these children’s lives.
Aimed at KS1 children the clips can be used to teach children how our environment influences the way we live, as well as show them that they share the interests and needs of children across the world.
These clips can be watched here.
I Can’t Go To School Today is a series of animated documentaries for BBC exploring the experiences of children living with different illnesses and conditions. Using the testimonies of six young people, we worked with animators to tell their story visually. Mosaic Films have a unique reputation for innovating the use of animation and documentary together.
Each of these films tells of the experiences of a young person whose life is markedly different from their peers, and who have all taken time off school because of their illness. We hear from ten-year-old Summer who has epilepsy, she describes how epilepsy effects her memory, often she can’t remember the joke she wanted to tell her friends. Despite missing school, Summer is ambitious and an avid writer. Naomi has Acute Lymphoblastic Leukaemia and is now in remission. Naomi bravely tells us … Read More »