Mental health shorts | Global Health Film

Two excellent short films on mental health 

Courage To Change

Christian Buxton (8 mins)

Carlo is a talented surfer, skier and entrepreneur from Torquay, Australia with a beautiful wife and kids. From the outside his life appears to be the picture of happiness but the truth is Carlo has secretly struggled with depression for years. A house fire and and his business under threat push him to finally reach for help.

I'm Not Mad, I'm Me

Catherine Rose and Amy Richardson (30 mins)

With a surge in the number of people finding themselves in a mental health crisis, this film provides a rare insight into life inside a secure psychiatric hospital. Join Charlie, Jo and Kayleigh, on their journey of recovery, as they prepare to leave hospital after being sectioned for several years. 

Live event: Sunday 05 December 14:00 GMT

The panel will be moderated by Dr Peter Jarrett, retired psychiatrist and Trustee of Global Health Film. He will be joined by Catherine Rose co-director and producer of I'm Not Mad, I'm Me and Dr Pete McCallister, St Andrew's Healthcare.

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