The ten films including the overall winner were selected by our panel of judges.

View the full list of films that successfully entered in 2014

**The Winner**

20-year-old Harry Doherty discusses how he became addicted to drugs, the impact this has had on his mental health and the start of his recovery journey.

The Shortlist

The film demonstrates the challenges that an individual faces throughout the life of addiction however despite those challenges an individual can make positive changes.

Our film alludes to the story of the Wizard of Oz, using the search for courage, heart and wisdom as the basis for the reintegration with society that is part of the 'road to recovery'.  The characters all have to find within themselves - through the over

Four years ago Jurek (Jerzy Stuglik) was an alcoholic, he was homeless, he couldn't see a way to escape the streets and his problems. Today Jurek revisits the park where he used to sleep and tells the story of his recovery.

The film features Leila who is from Doncaster and over the last couple of years has moved to Sheffield. Leila has a long history of drug use and associated issues and accessed rehab in Sheffield through Phoenix House. Leila attends mutual aid regularly and has recently completed a mentor programme to come back to Doncaster to help others.

Not even a total eclipse can fully block the light of a true star - abstinence is a light that burns deep within each of us!" This film was made by Paul Scully and filmed by Manus Cross, Employee Communications Officer at Turning Point

Our film features three of the Building Futures Peer Supporters at HMP Pentonville: three men starting out on their recovery journeys ahead of their release from prison. They each reveal their childhood ambitions and how drugs prevented them from achieving their dreams, before reflecting on their hopes for life after addiction and jail. For life On Road.

In this short film we tell the story of addiction & related social problems through the experience of Tony's 1st Niece, Denise. 

The film highlights the ripple effect of addiction, whilst focussing on the benefits of recovery and restitution.

Sober is a short documentary about facing your worst fears head on and in doing so becoming a stronger version of yourself. More detail here shot and edited by Gareth Bowler

Vicky's Story was made by Spectrecom Films, directed by Peter Ford (Spectrecom), with overall creative direction from Annie Houston (Turning Point Marketing Department).