Posted Jun 14, 2018 How much do you know about intergenerational trauma?
Posted Jun 13, 2018 ON THE BLOG: We chatted with filmmaker Dale John Allen about his forthcoming short Don't Blame Jack: a semi-autobiographical story about bipolar disorder, and learning self-love and acceptance. We hope you'll give it a read and learn how you can support Dale's current campaign!
Posted Jun 13, 2018 Interesting concept! "To help reduce stigma and make therapy more accessible, 'Mental Health Pop Up' is a traveling mental health workshop that allows people to try out therapy in a safe and quiet space." What are your thoughts? PS - the next pop up is in Toronto on June 28 :)
Posted Jun 12, 2018 Art.Can.Change.the.World. And you!
Posted Jun 12, 2018 Have you watched our latest winning short film yet? 'Release' highlights anxiety experienced by young students - though on topics relatable to most of us nowadays including social media use and stress - and provides a lesson in the value of mindful meditation. Give it a watch and let us know what you think!
Posted Jun 10, 2018 THREE weeks until our next short film deadline! Open call to submit film projects, up to 5 minutes in in length, of any genre, using mental health as the point of interest. Film topics may either be interpretive of mental health, or address it directly - submitted films are reviewed each month and winners receive $1,000. Use your art to change the world!
Posted Jun 9, 2018 This week has reminded us yet again that mental health issues don't discriminate based on success. There needs to be more empathetic dialogue around mental illness and suicide. Here are some starting points:
Posted Jun 8, 2018 Important words to consider via Live Through This given the news cycle this week:
Posted Jun 7, 2018 Kudos to Amarillo College, working to find realistic solutions for student poverty at community colleges. 'In an economy that increasingly has made a college degree practically a prerequisite for decent work, what other choice is there?'
Posted Jun 7, 2018 Have you wanted to share your #mentalhealth journey but are not sure where to start? Check out our latest blog with tips from our winning filmmakers about how you can start to find your voice and create a short film about your mental health. Don't forget, 5 min or less films are eligible to win $1,000 through our ongoing film competition!
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Uploaded May 9, 2018 As part of a new blog series we are providing tips and tricks for creating your own short film, eligible to submit to our ...
Uploaded Sep 15, 2017 Art With Impact presents: Movies for Mental Health! Art With Impact presents: Movies for Mental Health! Have you ever experienced art where it open your eyes to a whole new ...