Mother creates film for MS charity Shift.ms

Mother and director Michael Pearce have created a short film, Gallop, for multiple sclerosis charity Shift.ms, which sensitively explores the impact of a diagnosis of MS through the story of a burgeoning love affair…

Mother and director Michael Pearce have created a short film, Gallop, for multiple sclerosis charity Shift.ms, which sensitively explores the impact of a diagnosis of MS through the story of a burgeoning love affair…

The film avoids the facts and figures that often take centre stage in charity films, and instead focuses on the emotional impact of the diagnosis on the central character. It is being hosted on the Shift.ms website at shift.ms/gallop, where there is also more info on the charity.

Credits:
Agency: Mother
Director: Michael Pearce
Production company: Homecorp
Post: The Mothing Picture Company

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