We’re thrilled to announce The Disabilities Trust’s Invisible Me film has won not one, but two Gold Dolphin Trophies at the Cannes Corporate Media and TV Awards.

Created as part of our new Ask, Understand and Adapt training for health and criminal justice professionals, Invisible Me won gold for both the ‘Medical Films’ and ‘Fundraising, Non-Profit and CSR’ categories.

In the film, which was made available to all 63,000 prison and probation staff and to all healthcare staff within prisons earlier this month, we see Jade, who suffered a life-changing stroke in prison, and is one of thousands of men who have experienced prison life, and a return to their communities, with a brain injury.

The film and accompanying e-learning programme raises awareness of the potentially long-term health cognitive, behavioural and emotional consequences of brain injury and are informed by The Disabilities Trust’s ten years of experience and research highlighting the impact of brain injury within the Criminal Justice System.

We’re also proud to to have won two golds and two bronze at the EVCOM (Event & Visual Communication Association) for: ‘Healthy & Safety’, ‘Direction’, ‘Editing’ and ‘Brand Amplification’, which recognise excellence in craft and communications across the live, screen and digital communities.