Tulisa: My mum and me’, Winner of Best Documentary

The BBC3 documentary ‘Tulisa: My mum and me’ won the Mind Media Award for best documentary 2011.

The Mind Media Awards ‘celebrate the best portrayals of mental health, and reporting of mental health, in the media’. This year’s awards were held at the British Film Institute on Monday 28th November.

Please see the link below for more information on the Mind Media Awards.

http://www.mindmediaawards.org.uk/winners2011.html

‘Tulisa: My mum and me’ draws on the personal experiences of Tulisa Contostavlos to investigate what life is like for some of the 80,000 young people in Britain caring for a parent with mental health problems.

Please see the link below for a clip from ‘Tulisa: My mum and me’

Professor Nick Craddock who heads-up the National Centre for Mental Health was involved in the making of the ‘Tulisa: My mum and me’ documentary, and excited about the win said

“We warmly congratulate Tulisa and the programme makers on their well-deserved award and are delighted that we were able to contribute to such an important, sensitive and thoughtful documentary”.

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