Faulty Roots. Tells the story of two teens with different genetic conditions who are forced to form a friendship. It was created by 18-year-old filmmaker Ella Greenwood who wanted to use her experiences with mental health to help give a better understanding of depression in teens, and it is now being developed into a feature. The short has been praised for promoting awareness of teenage mental health, with UK Film Review saying that in the film “these massive issues are addressed in the most quiet and compassionate way possible… with normality and understanding”, with other critics pointing out the need to expand on the conversation that the film focuses on. Greenwood decided to write the script for the original short, so that the story would be told from a genuine teenager’s perspective, which top film site OC Movie Reviews said was “well-written with on-point dialogue”, and Greenwood is also attached as writer to the feature length version.