Set up in Manchester UK in 2007, our aim is to give homeless and marginalised people a voice through film and theatre.
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Since we set up in 2007 our workshops have been giving homeless people acting lessons, resulting in the production of our first short film, Humanitas, in 2008. In May 2009 we released our second short film, Under the Tracks, and plans are now in place for the production of a feature film, showcasing the unique experiences and talents of our actors. Read More
What’s unusual about Acting on Impulse is the only experience we require of our actors is homelessness - something most people would be trying to hide on their CV. But that’s exactly why we take them on. More than 50 people have been involved so far, acting in the films, attending workshops, and even shadowing crew members.
Acting on Impulse relies on the kindness and generosity of others, but there are more ways to help out than just reaching into your pocket, and they’re more rewarding too. Read More