Carol Boyce BSc, MCH, CCH, RSHom(NA)
Filmmaker, writer, teacher, homeopath, activist, Vitality TV – co-founder
Carol has been on the frontline for homeopathy for decades – she knows the subject inside out, knows how to tell a story, cover all the bases, get the best out of any interview (all that homeopathic case taking experience!) – and can use a camera to get the best bang for the buck.
She was in the middle of writing up her PhD thesis at London University when she found the Life of Hahnemann on a library shelf, and the rest as they say, is history. Homeopathic practitioner and teacher for more than 25 years, she has taken homeopathy to parts of the world where there was none, including Egypt and to Iraq after the First Gulf War, co-founded the non-profit Homeopathy For a Change, forerunner of Homeopaths Without Borders UK, taught in medical schools in Cuba and has worked continually for the vision of homeopathy as mainstream medicine. Most recently she has written extensively about the challenges homeopathy currently faces and has been heavily involved in the campaign to save the Royal London Homeopathic Hospital and homeopathy within the UK National Health Service. In 1998 she completed a two year certificate in film at UCLA.
Carol established Something to Say Productions (STS) to inform the public about alternative ideas on health, in particular homeopathy.
As they say ‘if you need something doing ask a busy person’ – and in the film business a production company should have ‘numerous projects in various stages of development’ and with that said:
The 2012 Making a Difference film is busy raising funding for the projects featured and excellent progress is being made on both their Autism documentary and their project in the developing world.
They have produced 250 videos for Vitality TV and are pushing on with their short film about the use of homeopathy in farming.
Lucia Williams (Boyce) IMC
Project Manager, Production, Vitality TV co-founder and head of operations
Lucia spent ten years in project management, most of those years in the City of London’s financial district and brings strong organizational skills to her role as project manager, budget planner and all the other things that need doing!
As a homeopathically raised child she has many stories of amazing responses to remedies, and it’s a relief for her to be working on projects where her peers no longer think she’s crazy!
In 2011 she said goodbye to the world of finance to work on STS’s ongoing projects and to co-found Vitality TV, a new online health channel where she is head of operations.
STS has a pool of experienced documentary filmmakers committed to the same vision who they can call upon as and when needed, and on a project by project basis.