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White, C. Palmer, R. Davies, W. (2017). Being There. PEP Video Grants, 1(2):13.

(2017). PEP Video Grants, 1(2):13

Being There

Directed by:
Cloe White

Produced by:
Rose Palmer and Will Davies

Being There is an observational documentary following women supporting vulnerable and isolated new mums in Alexandra, a poor and overcrowded area in Johannesburg. The women, all mothers themselves, work as home visitors for Ububele, an infant mental health charity in South Africa. They tirelessly offer support to new mothers in their township, helping them to develop strong, sensitive relationships with their children, and to help these newborns reach their potential, despite their circumstances. The film demonstrates how psychoanalytic ideas can be applied in innovative and radical ways to address pressing and major global health and social problems.

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