Our History

Glennie and Omni first collaborated on serious offender management drama; PROTECTING: JANYE for the Home office in 2006. Through the process of this project, they realized the potential of utilising drama to effectively communicate serious issues within Government where traditional methods were perhaps less successful. 

As a result of this, the second drama; THE OVERDOSE NOTES was commissioned by The Criminal Justice Board in 2007 and following the success of this second production with its adoption throughout the prison services as a training tool, and also through its winning of several high profile industry accolades, Glennie and Omni officially partnered as Social Film Drama: a film genre that moves and inspires people to change policy, professional practice and individual behaviour. 

Their third, and most successful production LEAVING 2008, funded by The Police services and the NHS, about the difficult process of leaving an abusive relationship received an audience of 500'000 across the SW region when broadcast by ITV West to a public audience, The film is now being developed and used by numerous legal and health organisations as a valuable training tool across the UK, as well as be adopted by The British Film Institute, The British Council and Shorts International; the world's largest short film specialist.  

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