The 10 short films featured in the Facing Change Exhibition were produced for Genio by Sam Whelan-Curtin and Fiona Murphy. The films demonstrate the impact of some of the work resulting from the collaboration between Government and Genio and feature the experiences of people who have been supported to move from institutional settings to live as independently as possible in their own communities. Some of the stories also explore how appropriate, personalised supports in the community enabled people to avoid institutional care. 

Sam Whelan-Curtin

Sam specialises in working with social sector organisations and communicating complex human-interest stories. He has collaborated with Genio for the past 10 years on short films featuring some of the work supported through Government and Genio's collaboration. He has worked with Social Entrepreneurs Ireland, Social Innovation Fund Ireland, Dublin Well Woman Centre, the DCU Ryan Academy, and Inclusion Ireland among others. He is also a director of the Fumbally Exchange and a leader in the Data4Good movement. His work has been screened nationally and internationally including at the United Nations.

Fiona Murphy

Fiona joined Genio in 2009 and as part of her role as Communications and Development Manager, has led out on short film production for the past 10 years. She has a background in marketing, media, music and design.

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