You must be 18 years or over in order to take part.
If your story is selected, we will email you with further details and to arrange a date to record. When a slot has been booked, we will video call you and ask you a series of questions. Your video responses will then be filmed, edited and added to our Champions Cinema library.
A desktop or laptop computer, smartphone or tablet with a built-in video camera, plus a reliable broadband Wi-Fi connection. An up-to-date version of either FaceTime or Skype is also required.
The whole interviewing and filming process usually takes no longer than 15 minutes to complete.
Your finished videos will be published online in our Champions Cinema Library.
Simply let us know by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll remove them from our databases, and send you a confirmation that this has been done.
You will receive and acknowledgement of your submission. Our production team will then read through your submission and get back to you if we are able to proceed with your suggested story.
Yes. There are many reasons why we can’t produce a film for every story suggestion. These can include sensitive or inappropriate content or stories with legal implications.
We have developed a very unique style for our Champions Cinema which ensures quality, adheres to our editorial policy and guidelines and negates the need for moderation.
By interviewing each Champions Cinema participant we can tease out the elements of a person’s story that we believe will be of real value to a viewer who is seeking support and encouragement. It is amazing how many people, when self filming, leave out the most important points of their story!
No. All films contained within our Champions Cinema are protected and can’t be downloaded. The page on which they are displayed can of course be shared but not the individual films.
Each of us has a story to share. A story of Hope.
We are always seeking your stories and personal experiences to help us demonstrate to others who might be feeling alone, that others have walked the path they are on, and that with hope, encouragement and support, you can come through challenging times.