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Now that you know, say NO to FGM - Young Men

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Published on Jan 30, 2015

http://www.safehands.org

Now That You Know Say No To FGM is a vital campaign to eliminate FGM in the UK. SafeHands for Mothers is proud to present three short films offering a unique insight into reactions to FGM.

These films are to be used by facilitators in communities, and have been made possible by the Home Office and The British Humane Association, to whom we give our thanks.

Exec Producer: Nancy Durrell McKenna / SafeHands for Mothers
Production Company: Doofer Films, London
Advertising agency: Doofer Ltd
Writer: Dom Murgia
Producer: Dom Murgia
Director: Riccardo Sai
Production asst: Georgina Winter
Editor: Georgina Winter
1st AD: Mark McPadden
DoP: Ciro Candia
Camera Op: Alessandro Signori
Camera Trainee: George Harrison
Sound Recordist: Alex Purkiss
Runner: Alex Sampson
Casting Director: April Whitlow
Focus Puller: Tim Allan
Rigger: Pat Daly
Gaffer: Chris Day
Spark: Bob Hunt
Sound Mix: Ludovic Morin
Music Composition: Patrick Savage & Holeg Spies
Titles: Bryce Groves
Grading: Paul Dimond @ MyBrotherBob

On-set facilitator and Counsellor: Leyla Hussein
On-set facilitator: Yofish Mohammed
Research and Production Consultant: Gemma Rogers

Participants:

Professionals
Joy Clarke
Heather Vaccianna
Jane Scotchbrook
Zimran Samuel
Sheikh Ibrahim Mogra
Father Berhanu Bisrat

Young Men
Alfie Nash
Tre Moore
Olukorede Solomon
Ade Adeniyi
Ryan De La Cruz

Young Women
Hussina Raja
Bernadette Bryan
Elsie Fallon
Christine Victoria During
Hollie Hales
Abigail Connor
Demilade Adesanya

With special thanks to the FGM community.

Also, a special thanks to Barnaby Laws at Panalux, Adam Coles, Nadia McLeod and Mick Walsh at Panavision, Steve Giudici at Black Island Studios and Augusto Valeriani.

Finally, very special thanks and much appreciation to Ros Coleman Jerram, the Health Advocacy Project, Leyla Hussein, Founder Dahlia Project and Dexter Dias QC.

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