Following a family bereavement, 14-year-old Alisha turned her life around and embarked on a journey to become a youth worker, determined to impact on the lives of young people just like her, living in Stockton. Through the Corner House project, she was able to rethink what her future might be and see positivity, where she […] READ MORE
At age 17, Mohammed captured his own footage of his journey from Damascus to Hartlepool using his smartphone. Now 21, his film highlights the effects of war and destruction on normal families. This ground-breaking film as a personal account of the dangers and horrors of war, the risks of escape and the community he became […] READ MORE
A short film reflecting three years at University, a window into student life. 20-year-old Adam recreates the highlights of his three-year journey towards academic success in the North East of the UK. A life filled with friends, new experiences, heartbreaks and turmoil. Without a single word being spoken, we travel with Adam down a thoroughly […] READ MORE
19-year-old Sadie from East Cleveland takes us along a journey from poor mental health through recovery, by documenting images of her travels and her music. After taking a downward spiral during her last year at sixth form college, she recounts how traveling on buses gave her the space to rethink her future and helped her […] READ MORE
18-year-old Ellie’s film explores the story of a young woman from North East England, who isn’t traditionally feminine and works in a quarry and is often ostracized because of her masculine hobbies. After being taunted at a bar, she decides to take action when she is challenged with an arm wrestle. She soon realizes that […] READ MORE
Young people from Stockton wanted to make a film about Corner House, a place that makes them feel safe and loved, with loads to do, through their words. They recall life before joining the group, the trouble they got into, and how the Corner House Youth Project really has made them turn a positive corner.