INT. BLACK AND WHITE SUBURBAN HOME. DAY.
On average a young carer works 17
hours a week.
EDWARD, a young child, gently closes a door. He meanders
down a fleet of nearby stairs. SLOW ZOOM OUT.
Though some care for more than 50.
Like an M.C. Escher painting, Edward’s home is a labyrinth
of stairs and corridors that defy gravity, creating a path
that loops infinitely. He always ends up at the start.
Arriving at the room, raspy coughing penetrates it’s thin
wooden door. He enters it with a heavy heart. TRANSITION:
Zooming further out, the home is not all it seems.
It can feel like an endless task.
INT. COLOURFUL ART STUDIO DAY. DAY.
TRANSITION: The home is revealed to be on a canvas painted
by a different Edward. A happier one.
Create’s workshops provide young
carers with a fun, creative outlet
and a rare opportunity to reclaim
their childhood. Create Arts:
Imagine, Make, Create.
His paintbrush leaves the canvas and he admires his work.
Engraved on the side of his paintbrush is the Create Arts