Although I have only just heard about it, and of course have yet to see it, I really think I’ll try to get S.A.M screened at this years Charlton and Woolwich Free Film Festival. From what I’ve read, it’s a short, independent film about a loving relationship between two young people with learning difficulties. It was filmed in leeds and the actors cast have LDs, so it sounds quite cutting edge in terms of both social and disability representation. All too often, such relationships are hidden away, but it really looks like the guys whho made this film set out to tell often overlooked truths. What I want to do now is find a way to watch it, before hopefully proposing it for this years film festival.