The latest Christie Crew campaign is called ‘Sometimes It’s Cancer’ or S.I.C. for short. The Christie Crew have produced an extraordinary film alerting young people to the symptoms of cancer. p>The Christie Crew are a group of 16-24 year old […]
A dramatisation of what to expect when entering hospital. Starring Jonathan Joy, Zara Free, Lucie Carrington, and Anneke Edwick.
Here we see the Christie crew in a meeting with politicians discussing how the ID cards should go national.
The Christie crew deliver their experiences of having cancer at the launch party.
The crew sing their anthem to the audience at the launch party.
The Christie crew prepare for the I.D card launch party.
A news report covering the use of cancer patients ID cards used to get into bars and clubs, after some had been turned away for wearing hats.
Jonathan depicts his hard times with cancer, what he’s learnt along the way, and explains how in spite of this he wants to enjoy the good things in life.
A very original and well presented film, that shows exactly what its like for Jonathan to have a bone marrow aspiration
A film that looks at the difference between an adult ward and a teenage ward.