Neston's Chat Noir Productions tackles a sensitive issue
|Published: 15th October 2010 10:47|
Earlier this year Neston based Chat Noir Productions Ltd was commissioned by the Lantern Project to produce a video / DVD, highlighting the charity's work, especially targeted at a deaf audience.
The Lantern Project, based in New Brighton, is run by Graham Wilmer and helps adult survivors of childhood sexual abuse.
It is known there are a high number of deaf and people with partial hearing who were abused as children, often in residential homes and their obvious communication problems often means they suffer in silence. The video, funded by The Big Lottery and produced by Rory Wilmer, was made with subtitles and a British Sign Language signer, making it accessible to a deaf audience.
The video has received a great reaction from those who work with victims of childhood abuse and from those within the deaf community.
In the next few months Chat Noir Productions will be working on a number of video projects for clients around the UK. These include their 10th video seminar for the Chancery Bar Association at Lincoln's Inn Field, a video of Sustainable Development for Cheshire West and Chester Council and a case study video for Oil Tank Supplies, a specialist manufacturer and supplier of new and reconditioned storage tanks.
Chat Noir Productions Ltd is also well into pre-production of its second feature film and is presently looking for interesting locations for the film, which is set just after the second World War. They would love to hear from anyone who might be able to help with locations or local classic car enthusiasts.
CNP can be contacted by email: firstname.lastname@example.org.