Child Sexual Abuse, remains one of the most important priorities for Brighton and Hove Safeguarding Partnership.
Sulphur and White is on release from March 6th 2020.
It is based on the true story of David Tait, a survivor of child sexual abuse, now MBE for his services to children.
The film details his life, spanning across moments of trauma in childhood and relaying the impact of these memories throughout his life.
It is a moving and personal drama about the lasting impact of childhood trauma, and the way in which love and connection provide remedy to this.
The film stars Mark Stanley as David, and Emily Beecham as his wife; they play a young couple navigating the after effects of abuse.
You can watch the trailer here.
The Brighton and Hove Safeguarding Partnership (BHSCP), would also encourage staff to take the opportunity to attend training we provide, on both Child Sexual Abuse and also on Trauma Informed Practice, events can be found on the Gateway