has released a new film which aims to tell the stories of people tackling the fear of advanced multiple sclerosis onset and the impact it may have on their quality of life.

The highly-emotive, and sometimes funny, film explores the challenges of handling the psychological burden that comes with new disease activity, including relapses and loss of mobility.

It offers a perspective on how people with MS and their support networks manage and respond to the challenges of disease progression. hopes Sidecar will empower people with MS to communicate and manage the challenges of disease progression.

Sidecar is written and directed by Rory Alexander Stewart and produced by Oliver Kassman. 

Cathy John, Sam Billington and George Pepper are executive producers.

The film was released on YouTube in July. Click on the link below to watch it in full.