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Front of the Class

When he was growing up, Brad (Jimmy Wolk) started making funny noises - all the time. Only Brad - and his supportive mother (Patricia Heaton) - knew he couldn't control it.

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Losing The Thread: The Inner Experience of Psychosis

Losing The Thread is a sixty minute film on the nature of psychosis as it is experienced in the brain chemistry illnesses of depression, schizophrenia, and bipolar disorder, and as it appears in dementia and often in closed head injuries.

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Loving Walter

Sir Ian McKellen gives a knockout performance as a mentally challenged man dealing with the harsh realities of the world. From birth, Walter has always been a fighter.

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Men Get Depression

These videos present the stories of ten brave men who overcame stigma to tell about their experiences with depression. They describe with fearless candor how depression undermined their lives; how they learned they had a treatable disease and finally found help that made recovery possible.

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No Kidding! Me 2!!

Joe Pantoliano (The Sopranos, Memento, The Matrix) makes his documentary directorial debut with NO KIDDING, ME TOO! as part of his fight against the stigma and shame of mental/brain "dis-ease" (or disease).

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Oc87: The Obsessive Compulsive Major Depression Bipolar Asperger’s Movie

Soon after college, mental illness interrupted Bud Clayman's dreams of a filmmaking career. Thirty years later, he's making the movie of his life.


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Open Spaces

Having a psychiatric disorder is among life's most difficult challenges. But people with such conditions are learning to improve their lives. They are learning that challenges can mean opportunity for growth. They are finding open spaces in their lives that are filled with excitement and exploration. Join five individuals who are discovering open spaces in their lives as they find a new sense of hope!

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Out of the Shadow

When documentary filmmaker Susan Smiley decided she was finally ready to turn the camera on her own family, the result became Out of the Shadow, the story of her family's secret struggle to deal with her mother's schizophrenia within the confines of the public health system.

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Ready. Set. Do It!

Audiences are filled with inspiration to improve their lives through renewed hope and the courage to act on big dream. Through both humorous and serious life experiences (including the challenge of having two mental illnesses), Steve shows how challenges can become opportunities to improve our lives. His approach is meaningful and touches everyone because, as he says, everyone is in recovery from a life challenge.

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Recovery: The Experience and the Evidence

In this lecture, taped in front of an audience of consumers and mental health providers, Pat Deegan draws both from her personal experience of recovery from schizophrenia, as well as from her research.

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