A SALISBURY-run videography company has announced its next project ahead of Time to Talk Day.

With filming having started on Saturday, Lewis Jefferies Visuals says its next film will be named Fear.

It comes off the back of Christmas With Loved Ones, which the company said was a “huge success.”

Fear will be about a twenty-one-year-old man, who is struggling to cope with mental health problems.

When things don’t go as well as plans and his stress building up, the man plots his suicide by intending to jump off a pier into high waves.

After hearing voices at the back of his head from his mother and a passer-by, he faces everything and rises to beat his struggles.

Walking away, he realises there’s no shame in talking about your emotions.”

Lewis Jefferies Visuals team member, Samuel MacDonagh, will be the main lead for the film.

University of Portsmouth student Niall Moran will be taking on one of the voiceover roles.

The release date is yet to be confirmed, but it will be February 2020, to tie in with Time to Change Day 2020.

Speaking about the film, the project coordinator, Lewis Jefferies said:”Mental health in males isn’t spoken about enough.

“Our main focus for ‘Fear’ is to represent the importance of mental health and just how important it is to get people talking about mental health. We’re tying in the film with Time to Talk Day 2020, so we’re working closely with Time to Change to ensure we do this right.

“If there’s one thing I want to achieve from this, it’s to make sure that men realise they’re not alone.”

Main lead, Samuel MacDonagh, said: “We set out with an ambitious mission to represent an accurate depiction of mental health and the effects that it can have on anyone and everyone.“I was and am still honoured to have been offered the chance to be in a film like this.”