8 comments for “Let us know about your film

  1. 19/04/2014 at 19:35


    I was in contact some months ago before your website was up and was encouraged to submit when the time came. This is the Trailer for “The Healing of Heather Garden”, documenting one woman’s journey from permanent disability, with progressive multiple sclerosis, back to full health. The documentary has been endorsed by MD’s and other medical people, including researcher, MD Terry Wahls. LEt me know how and when to enter. Trailer : http://vimeo.com/55391448
    The film just won an award for “Best Documentary Short” at Los Angeles FirstGlance festival, and “Special Jury Award” at Canada International Film Festival in Vancouver, but I am keep to now get into health related festivals.
    Director Judith Morrow

  2. 28/05/2014 at 06:59


    I am interested in submitting our documentary of the History and Cultural impact of Tobacco in Arnhem Land. We have worked together with Yolngu Aboriginal Tobacco Workers and community members to highlight the tobacco problem and what Yolngu are doing about it in a remote region called Arnhem Land.

    We are an Aboriginal Community Controlled Organisation called Miwatj Health Aboriginal Corporation and we have the ‘new’ Tobacco Story of Arnhem Land, a story that has never been told before.

    Please let me know if I can still make a submission.

    Kishan Kariippanon

  3. Dominique Letouze
    29/05/2014 at 08:47


    After constantly facing the question ‘so what is public health exactly?’ as Public Health moved into Local Authorities, a group of PH Registrars in Wessex commissioned this animation entitled ‘What is Public Health?’:


    It is about 3 minutes long, and might be a good trailer to show before a feature length film at the 2014 festival.

    Thanks and best wishes,
    Dominique Letouze

  4. Kishan
    08/06/2014 at 10:41

    Dear organizers,

    After only one email exchange, I have not heard back from you. I would to submit “The Tobacco Story of Arnhem Land” and would like to know when the cut off date is and how to proceed.


    • publichealth
      08/06/2014 at 18:20

      Dear Kishan,

      Thank you for sending us a link to your film.

      It does sometimes take us a while to get through all the films submitted to us, but please be assured that we have received the details you have sent and we will get back to you shortly with a reply.

      Best wishes,

      Public Health Film Society

  5. 15/02/2016 at 13:29


    I made a 5-minute film on mental illness and stigma called “Sewer Rats”.

    I’ve been struggling to get it used or seen by a wider audience.

    Please let me know if you can help me use this film to spread its message.

    Kind regards,

  6. 26/01/2019 at 22:05

    Hi I have just filmed and am in the post production stage of my full feature documentary on palliative care.it is due to be launched during Dying Matters Week in the UK in May 2019. Its aim is very different from most film on palliative care as this film has a main aim to empower people through raising awareness I would very much like to know more if you are holding a festival this year as my main goal as director is to get the info to as many people as possible. I hope you can help with my question regards JF

  7. 25/10/2019 at 20:31

    I am the director producer of The Gender Lady: The Fabulous Dr. May Cohen an award winning film premiered at the Toronto Jewish Film Festival in May 2019 and co-won The Chosen Award.

    When Dr. May Cohen went to medical school in Toronto in the early 1950’s only 10% of the class were women. May devoted her career to improving women’s health, women’s reproductive rights and promoting equity of women physicians. More about the film is available on the website http://www.maycohen.com.

    Would you be interested in viewing such a film? If so, please advise me how to submit this film for consideration.

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