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ADHD (Short Film)

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Classic Dany | ADHD Short Film (2018)

Everyone forgets their phone, wallet, and important meetings... once in a while. But a person with ADHD runs into these problems almost every day of their life. Dany is a college student who struggles with ADHD Intentive Type her entire life. Classic Dany is a story about how Asian American families, particularly Vietnamese American, view mental disorders.

Most of the time, when people talk about ADHD, they often think about the kid who has endless energy and can't sit still for longer than 5 minutes. But there are actually three subtypes of ADHD: the hyperactive type, the intentive type, and the combined type. And the Intentive type is the most underdiagnosed because the symptoms aren't as discruptive. Thus, Classic Dany aims to create discussions specifically about this type.

Disclaimer: Having ADHD myself, this is how I experience it. By no means this short film is a generalization on how every single person with ADHD feels.

Written, produced, edited and directed by Theone Ly.
Cinematography by Alan Chung.
Original music by Lloyd Ea and Khue Bui.

© Copyrighted 2018. All rights reserved.
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ADHD (Short Film)

Ken, suffering from ADHD faces difficulties in his school life. His thoughts interrupts as he face his greatest obstacle.

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This is a film project I made during my time in the Filmmaking course at ITE College Central. It's a collaboration with the councillors in ITE to raise awareness for students in need of their help. As I am also diagnosed with ADHD, I've chosen this topic (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder) for my project. This film aims to create a visual representation of what an ADHD person might experience as this is what I experienced.

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ADHD Short Film Application

A film describing through visual and auditory means the experience of having ADHD, specifically within a classroom setting, and also that not all around you is as it appears at face value.
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The ADHD Experience ???? Short Film

A depiction of living day to day as an adult with ADHD.

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ADHD a silent short film

High school silent short film by Reilly Widmayer and Sophia Montano.

A Day in the Life with ADHD

I made this film as a simulation for people to understand what it can be like to live a day with ADHD. This is to battle the stigma behind it and the best way to do that is with understanding

Music by Tagore Chayne:

ADHD [SHORT MOVIE]

Production by Chungdahm Learning

Walk In My Shoes: ADHD

Many people can relate to the times when they were unable to fully concentrate, couldn’t regain focus, drifted from task to task, or were unable to sit still in their seat. Most people can relate to these behaviours, but when they’re a constant part of a person’s life, a patient may be diagnosed with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). This video looks at the life of a person with a common form of ADHD, and delves into a list symptoms to help raise awareness about this disorder and its effects on individuals due to atypical brain functions. However, it’s no cause for alarm! We’ll end off our discussion with common research-supported strategies to cope with this disorder so as to live a regular functional life. This is the first instalment of our interactive video series Walk In My Shoes, where we’ll be raising awareness and learning from the lives of individuals afflicted with learning disorders.

This video was created by Demystifying Medicine students Shara Chowdhury, Vanessa Miranda, Mishaal Qazi, and Peter Tso.

Copyright McMaster University 2017

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Coletti, D. J., Pappadopulos, E., Katsiotas, N. J., Berest, A., Jensen, P. S., & Kafantaris, V. (2012). Parent Perspectives on the Decision to Initiate Medication Treatment of Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder. Journal of Child and Adolescent Psychopharmacology, 22(3), 226–237.
Kolar, D., Keller, A., Golfinopoulos, M., Cumyn, L., Syer, C., & Hechtman, L. (2008). Treatment of adults with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder. Neuropsychiatric Disease and Treatment, 4(2), 389–403.
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Sonuga-Barke, E. J., Dalen, L., Daley, D., & Remington, B. (2002). Are planning, working memory, and inhibition associated with individual differences in preschool ADHD symptoms?. Developmental neuropsychology, 21(3), 255-272.
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Life with ADHD - A Short Film

Reaching out to others does not make you less of a person.
You can ask for help.
Let's stop the stigma on ADHD.

A Film by Clarize Lei Almonte and Christian Ray Ortega
Produced by: Little C Productions
Distributed by: Focus Pixel

A Performance Task in Personality Development. Atheneum School S.Y 2018-2019.

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Audio Mixed in Dolby Digital 5.1

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ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder Shortfilm) Tagalog

ADHD
Directed By: Ivan Roi Forbes
Written By: Kristine Joy Alcotas
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JhonSherwin Morales (Main Character)

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Airah Gerong

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Emmanuel Baldo

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Em'z Baccay

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Jeff Jc Capitle Davido

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Hans Holgado

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Lenie Formentera Malinao

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Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD)

Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD)
Difficulty paying attention, nonstop talking and having trouble staying still are all indicators of ADHD, so what is ADHD. ADHD stands for Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder and it’s a common mental disorder that most commonly starts during childhood and can continue into teenage years and adulthood. With ADHD there are major problems with executive functions leading to difficulty in maintaining attention, being hyperactive and becoming very impulsive. ADHD can often make it difficult for a child to flourish in school this is because the child may find it very hard to focus on a task that they find boring, however if they are interested then they can easily maintain focus. It can also cause behavioural problems in the child.
The symptoms must persist for longer than 6 months for a diagnosis to be made. It is important to note that this must be gauged according to the age of the child and their surroundings as a majority of children are easily distracted and can be very boisterous, and as a result parents often incorrectly complain their child is hyperactive. ADHD is thought to affect about 1-5% of children with boys being three times as likely to have the condition than girls. despite it being the most commonly studied mental disorder in children, very little is known about what causes it.
But there are three factors that have been related to its occurrence these are heredity, children whose parents have ADHD are more likely to have the disorder. having a Neurobiological disorder increases the chances of developing ADHD, it is largely believed that an impairment in the Brains neurotransmitter systems in particular Dopamine and Noradrenalin are associated with development of ADHD. Environmental factors may also contribute to developing the disorder. the general symptoms of ADHD are Inattention, hyperactivity and impulsivity other symptoms tend to fall into one of these categories for example forgetfulness, anger management issues, mood swings, procrastination and an increased risk of addiction. People may have a problem with inattentiveness but not be impulsive or hyperactive this condition is known as Attention deficit disorder or ADD and Is a sub type of ADHD
There is no cure for Attention hyperactivity disorder, but there are treatments that can be used to help people with the disorders, this is often a combination of behavioural therapy and medication The first line treatment in children with mild to a moderately severe form of the disorder is the use of behavioural therapies this involves encouraging the child to do certain behaviours such as completing homework, and the child is rewarded for good behaviour and can have certain privileges removed for bad behaviour. Cognitive behavioural therapy can also be used as well as Psychoeducation.

Medications can also be used, there are four types that are used these are Methyphenidate, Dexamfetamine, Lisdexamfetamine, Atomoxetine, these medications aim to allow the patient to feel less impulsive and to feel calm to allow them to concentrate.
Methyphenidate, Dexamfetamine and Lisdexamfetamine work in a similar way, in that they are stimulants and work by increasing brain activity, particularly in areas responsible for attention and behaviour.
Atomoxetine works differently, it is a selective noradrenaline uptake inhibitor (SNRI), meaning it increases the levels of noradrenalin in the brain. Leading to improved concentration

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State - A Short Film about ADHD

Those who educate children well are more to be honored than they who produce them; for these only gave them life, those the art of living well. - Aristotle

Directed & Written by Yeo Bao Wen
Director of Photography - Willy N. Yong
Produced by Braudon Yeo
Art Director - Helmut Chan

HYPER /ADHD -SHORT FILM DOCUMENTARY

HYPER /ADHD (2018)

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Cinematography by - NIK HAZIQ,

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ADHD - A Short Film

This is my Final Major Project which is a short film based on ADHD in Education.

ADHD: A film about my ADHD

This was a project for my sound and image class. Everything was filmed and edited by me.
Thank you Stella, Bree, Naya, Giana, and Shan for putting up with me recording you.
This is based off my personal experience from living with ADHD and still dealing with it today. Remember that not everyone's disorder is completely the same so my ADHD might be slightly different from your ADHD.

But I hope this can also bring some awareness and help those who are having trouble with ADHD.
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5 Interesting Facts About ADHD

Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, or ADHD, is a mental disorder that affects the individual’s ability to focus.Even adults can show signs of ADHD. We will dive into the symptoms and signs of ADHD, which affects roughly 8% of children and 2% of adults, according to the American Psychiatric Association (What Is ADHD?, 2018). We will also explore the causes of ADHD and possible treatment options. Psych2Go will speak about what teachers can do, as well as what parents can do to better facilitate individuals with ADHD. Do you struggle with ADHD or know someone who does? What strategies have you found to be helpful? Please share your thoughts with us below!

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References:

Bushak, L. (2015, October 7). The 11 Biggest Myths And Misconceptions About Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder. Medical Daily. Retrieved July 26, 2018.

Dendy, C. (2008). How Teachers Can Help Every Student Shine. ADDitude. Retrieved July 26, 2018.

Orenstein, B. (2010, August 8). 15 Signs Your Child May Have ADHD. Everyday Health. Retrieved July 26, 2018.

Tartakovsky, M. (2016, July 17). Parenting Kids with ADHD: 16 Tips to Tackle Common Challenges. Psych Central. Retrieved July 26, 2018.

Treatment of ADHD. (2018). The National Resource on ADHD. Retrieved July 26, 2018.

What Is ADHD? (2018). American Psychiatric Association. Retrieved July 26, 2018.



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Why Can't You Behave? - My Son Has ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder)

ADHD is the most commonly diagnosed behavioral disorder of childhood. It affects about 3 - 5% of school aged children. ADHD is diagnosed much more often in boys than in girls. ADHD is a problem with inattentiveness, over-activity, impulsivity, or a combination. Children with ADHD have trouble paying attention, controlling impulsive behaviors, and in some cases, are overly active. Find out more about ADHD through this video.

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ADHD Cartoons for ADHD People

A very ADHD mashup of animated cartoons featuring all the jokes that were too stupid to use in other episodes of The Ginger Beef. ADHD cartoons for ADHD people!

(Also, before anyone goes getting offended by the title, I'm diagnosed ADHD myself, so...Takes one to know one, am I right?)

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