13-year-old Kim and 8-year-old Dan have never met, but they both have alopecia and are growing up without hair. They both find it difficult: Dan doesn’t like the names he gets called, and Kim is so worried people will stare at her that she’s stopped going out – even with her wig on. They meet at a special summer camp for kids with alopecia, kids just like them who have lost all or part of their hair.
MY LIFE: WHAT'S A GIRL
Shelby is not a “girly” girl. She likes having short hair, hates wearing makeup and can’t stand pink. And she’s happy that way. But being a different kind of girl hasn't always been easy. In this film she meets different types of girls — a tomboy, a ballet dancer and a wannabe pirate — in an attempt to work out exactly what is a girl.
2 x 30’ FOR CBBC
DISTRIBUTION: SILVERLINING RIGHTS