Don't Miss This Saturday's NYC Mental Health Film Festival!

Thursday, October 12, 2017

Please share broadly today. This is one of the nation's most prominent mental house education and film events!

JOIN US AT THE 13TH ANNUALNYC MENTAL HEALTH FILM FESTIVAL…

WHEN:

Saturday, October 14, 2017

WHERE:

Village East Cinema, Second Avenue & 12th Street, NYC

TICKETS: $20, Morning Session (9 a.m. to 1 p.m.)
$20, Afternoon Session (2 to 6 p.m.)
$30, All Day Pass
  (Discounted tickets are available: contact Carla Rabinowitz , crabinowitz@communityaccess.org $5 in the morning, $10 in the afternoon, $15 all day.)

Our NYC Mental Health Film Festival is a fun event, with positive films and discussion.
Cindy Rodriguez of WNYC moderates the afternoon discussion.

Tickets and more film info at www.mentalhealthfilmfest.nyc

Join us on October 14 for a day of lively conversation, and another stellar lineup of films.Including:Touched With Fire(starring Katie Holmes and produced by Spike Lee), the film debut of writer/director Paul Dalio, who drew inspiration from his own experience of bipolar disorder to tell a bittersweet love story;The Wrong Bodega, a film about a young man of color who needs to choose between leaving his friends to go to college or other means to get money for his struggling family; Crazy, the urgent true story of a young man and his family fighting a court-order to take medication, andHealing Voices, a documentary that challenges us to reconsider how we think about mental health, at the frontline of a critical human rights issue, The Other Side of Hero, a documentary on stress and mental health concerns among first responders.

                                                                                                                                                                                           Presented by Community Access, #MHFF is the oldest and largest mental health film festival in the United States. The festival takes a bold stand in fighting the stigma that people with mental illness often face, by building a community through film and promoting social justice.