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The purpose of this website is to:
- Create awareness of the Programme.
- Start a dialogue with those that want us to deliver the Programme.
- Start a dialogue with those that want to use the Programme.
- Provide links to anti violence charities and services.
- Credit all those who contributed to the Programme.

Please Note: Devastating After Effects is not a counseling, advisory or enforcement service. It acts solely as a tool for those in the anti violence educational arena, to facilitate open discussion and awareness.

News…

In order to create as robust an anti violence programme as possible, we conducted research and development over a 2-year period and received comprehensive feedback from over 3000 people.

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This all helped to ensure the viability of the Programme with potential facilitators. Over this time period, we documented each step of the process and intend to keep you updated with new developments in the 'NEWS' section - take a look.

Supporters

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If you need more information, are interested in using the programme - thus becoming a supporter - or would like more information on us delivering the programme then please read through our 'Frequently Asked Questions'.

After Effects Cast

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Our 'After Effects' cast did a great job in realising the vision by breathing emotional life into each word on the pages of the script, and turning them into an unforgettable and utterly moving cinematic experience. Find out more about the real heroes of the project…

News - BBC London Radio Interview

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I am who? Trailer

We have created an intense trailer to virally promote one of the most powerful poems you will ever witness, which has been brought to life by Mark One Films in conjunction with Salvá Films - take a look.

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Screening Feedback Session

Do not take our word for it; hear personal first reactions, experiences and opinions about the 'Devastating After Effects, Anti Violence Programme' - take a look.

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MEDIA - Don't Let it Be Too Late

Directed by Anthony Dziworshie aimed at young people, this film will hopefully help them change their perception of 'snitching' - take a look.

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