Great Ormond Street Hospital Children's Charity released an animated Christmas campaign that charts a patient's journey home for the festive period.
The film features GOSH patient Mia and her sister Amy, both of whom were treated at hospital years apart for the same rare neurological condition, chronic demyelinating polyneuropathy (CIDP). In the animated story, Mia falls asleep in her GOSH room, which is adorned with festive decorations. A magical wind then carries her and other sleeping children away from the hospital on their journeys home, passing landmarks such as Edinburgh Castle, the Angel of the North and Clevedon Pier. It ends with a real home video of Mia and Amy running downstairs in their matching pyjamas to open their Christmas stockings.
The work was created by Simone Warme and Jeppe Vidstrup and directed by Marlies Van Der Wel through Partizan Films.