BOPF Housing Film Launch: Friday 5 March 2021, 10:30 – 12:00 hrs
Screening: Living at Home, Five Stories from Older People
The film was produced by BOPF in collaboration with Care & Repair England and Bristol Ageing Better. It was created by local film maker Neil Maggs and features interviews with five older Bristol residents. Touching on topics emerging from last year’s BOPF Housing Survey Report, such as stereotyping, neighbourly support, housing affordability, the need to stay in the community, the importance of older people influencing decision making and the challenges of lockdown and self-isolation. The film offers a snapshot into the lives of people whose voices often go unheard.
Thoughts from the Film Participants
How important is your home and community – particularly during the current pandemic?
Tony, Mohamed, Fred, Anna and Hazel
How can we ensure that older people are meaningfully involved in the design, development and delivery of housing policy?
Tony Wilson: BOPF Housing Action Group member & Board member of Brunel Housing
Paul Smith: CEO Elim Housing Association (Ex BCC Council Lead of Housing)
Oona Goldsworthy: CEO of Brunel Housing
Cllr Helen Godwin: Cabinet Member for Women, Families and Homes
Neil Maggs: Film Maker
Bristol Older People’s Forum, Bristol Ageing Better & Care & Repair England
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