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Title: HYPERACTIVE MOZART
Reference number: 7566
Director: d. Lucinda Broadbent
Sponsor: Scottish Televvision, Grampian Television, Scottish Screen
Producer: Lucinda Broadbent
Production company: Lion Television, Scotland
Running time: 27.00 mins
Two Glasgow boys, aged 5 and 8, are followed for three months as they go through a new intensive treatment for Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder (ADHD). The technique is unorthodox: not drugs, but music. A glimpse into an extraordinary process, the film charts the boys' progress and their families' experience as they enter the new world of this experimental treatment. [synopsis from Lion TV website at http://www.liontv.com, last accessed 22/1/2010]
Part of 'This Scotland' documentary strand, broadcast on STV.
Thanks to the Johnston family, the Laing family, Mary Troup, Glasgow Listening Centre
p. man. Nan Gourlay
sd. rec. Colin Gregory, Stan Raba
add. camera Jim Rusk
original m. Hannas Barber
sd. design Gerald Mair
exec. p. Robin MacPherson, Henry Eagles, Agnes Wilkie, Chris Kelly
ed. Cassandra McGrogan
co-director Matt Hulse
d., p., camera Lucinda Broadbent
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