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a surf therapy journey

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Seb is a heartwarming short documentary about a curious and charismatic 12-year-old with ADHD and autism who embarks on a six-week surf therapy course.

Ride the waves of Seb's infectious personality as we follow him on his journey of self-discovery, aided by the unwavering support of his loving mother Naomi.

 

This uplifting and inspiring short documentary uncovers the wonders of neurodiversity, explores the transformative power of surf therapy and shows the incredible impact it can have on the lives of young people.

Our Crowdfunder campaign has ended but we are still collecting donations for The Wave Project UK!

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PRESS & MEDIA

For any enquires please contact hello@dunafilms.co.uk

NEWS & REVIEWS

The Bristol Post

Wave Pool Magazine

IMPACT

WHO?

WHY?

The Wave Project, an award-winning and evidence based charity that harnesses the power of surfing as an effective form of alternative therapy.

To help them onboard more referral partners, such as the NHS, expand their reach, and provide even more transformative experiences to young people in need.

HOW?

By delivering a character-driven documentary alongside an impact campaign.

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£6,400

MONEY RAISED BY OUR CROWDFUNDER FOR THE CHARITY

This donation has enabled the charity to double the number of Surf Club sessions, and organise two additional surf therapy courses in 2024. Offering additional slots to referral partners, enhancing accessibility for more children.

10+ SCREENINGS

ACROSS THE UK

Engaging a total of 565 attendees and expanding awareness to broader audiences

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SOCIAL MEDIA CAMPAIGN

Partnering with brands & influencers such as SalkRock Clothing, The Wave Pool, and professional big wave surfer Andrew Cotton, reaching over 400 thousand people online

When I watched the video I could see how inclusive Surf Therapy with The Wave Project would be for young people we work with. Having a mentor who would be with each young person in the water as they step out of the worries of everyday life I can imagine would be transformative.

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Rachel, a prospective referral partner

from Our Second Home

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