I See Red explores questions around anger - how do we manage and cope when we feel angry? We know that anger can be a symptom of underlying difficulties including depression, anxiety, addictions and other mental health problems. Where does it come from and what is the impact? How do we pull ourselves back when we are seeing Red? What helps?
Miss Represented’s short film gathers material drawn from discussions and work created over the last two terms with young women across secondary schools in Brighton and Hove. Our groups have been spending time exploring themes around anger, things that make them feel angry and why, and how to channel some of these feelings away from the negative, towards something positive.
Miss Represented is a creative arts project, produced by Brighton Dome, that works with young women who face challenging life situations. Through building positive relationships and using the arts as a safe way to understand their experiences, Miss Rep helps the girls build resilience, self-worth and a sense of control over their lives.
In addition to accessing this film through our website, it will also be screened in community venues as part of Our Place.