The Ghuman Productions

ROSE ; a short film

Two fictional narrative stories depicting an illustration of mental health

Please, for anyone going through any sort of mental health related issues, please consult a qualified healthcare professional and seek help. 


Written and Directed by: Simrat Ghuman
Cast: Cathleen Naddaf and Che Gibson


SCARS – short snippet of “behind the scenes”

 Hey Everyone! Happy Tuesday!!

Today I would like to promote our first “behind the scenes” video on our really really side short-film before our big project!

It’s all about self-love and self-harm. Tav wanted to share what her painting meant when she was painting this in the short!

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The Ghuman Project


What is written on your face?

There is always something we strive for, hope for, and wish for the better.

Either on to ourselves or for others; just a little piece of light.

What is it that you hold on to? Something you would like there to be more of?

LOVE MORE is written on my face.


There needs to be more love in my world and yours. It’s not the first time you heard someone say, love conquers all! Because it really does!

What kind of hope is written on your face? Spread that hope loud!!




Everyday is all about new beginnings. You wake up every morning but you do all the same things. You eat the same thing, you go to work at the same time, you go to the same gym all the time, you choose a whole weekend every month for a night out yet go to the same bar. It’s the same cycle every month every day every year.

Why? Because we are so used to what’s comfortable. It’s not what we like or what we want to love, it’s about comfort. Sometimes, comfort is something you should avoid.

Just because we feel at ease doing things that we know are safe or things we know so well, it’s not necessarily a good lifestyle.

One of the other reasons why I was going through depression was, I was doing the same thing every day. I needed out. And I got out.

I changed one small thing about my daily routine and everything slowly adjusted accordingly into a changed day. Everyday.

I started painting at night. That shifted my perspective on timing. You see, instead of going to bed every day at a certain time, I started to paint which then created ‘no time’ . I started realizing the value of time and how much you can actually accomplish if you do a lot more outside your comfort zone.

And now I am in the process of creating something more out of my comfort zone.

And you should too. Perhaps try a different gym, try a different healthy diet, try doing creative projects at night before going to bed. Changing one course will alternate your boredom and feelings from a depressing life to a little more purposeful one.

Also, what’s the purpose of new beginnings if you don’t do anything new about them?


I am currently in the works of creating something really new for you guys! Hopefully by the end of this week I have everything finalized. We are going to have someone new in town! Xo