Film Quiz: Supporting teens with illness to become filmmakers
Do you know your Wonder Woman from your Mrs. Doubtfire? Your Lassie from your Hooch? Your Seagal from your Schwarzenegger? A film quiz with something for everyone & with lots of treats in store! MC for the night is the super cool Kelly-Anne Byrne from Today FM’s The Beat Goes On.
When: Wednesday, July 12th, 2017 7-10pm
Entry fee: €6 per person or €20 for a team of 4. All donations kindly received!
The event is BYOB
If you can’t attend … good news, you can still support us! Donate HERE or text HELIUM to 50300 to donate €4*
*Texts cost €4. Helium Arts will receive a minimum of €3.25. Service Provider: LIKECHARITY. Helpline: 076 6805278.
Your support will help to raise money for a new film camera on our community film project.
Since 2012, teenagers living with illness have been making their own films (and winning awards along the way!) in collaboration with professional artists on the Two Suitcases Project. Our brand new film camera was stolen but with your help we can get a replacement for our autumn workshops.
With your help we can reach more teenagers coping with a life of living with illness.
‘Doing the project was really good because it made us feel normal, not sick kids having a little bit of fun. It felt like us teenagers are in control of what we want to come up with.’ – Teen participant
A special screening of ‘Planet of the Capes’, a superhero mini movie created by teens from CanTeen Ireland, the nationwide support group for young people with experience of cancer
A raffle of fabulous prizes from wonderful people
>>A film quiz like no other (but the rest would be telling)
WHAT WE DO
Helium Arts is the national children’s arts and health charity. We believe creativity changes lives. Helium Arts delivers a treasure trove of creative tools to sick children – from theatre, music and storytelling to multimedia and film. We work with children from toddlers to teens in a range of healthcare contexts, including hospitals, healthcare centres, and community health settings in partnership with patient support groups. Since Helium Arts was established in 2009, over 4,700 children and their families have taken part in our projects.
Find out more about our community film project here