2nd CANBERRA MENTAL

HEALTH 

FILM FESTIVAL

October 11-12-13 2019 

 Fri 11th Oct

Tuggeranong Community Centre

Sat 12th October 

Gungahlin Community Centre

Sun 13th October

Palace Electric Cinema's

3 venues over 3 days showing films demonstrating 

  • An inspiring voice for social justice and human rights

  • Positive contributions made by mental health consumers

  • Stigma reduction and defying stereotypes

  • Real-life stories of people's lived experiencence of mental illness

This year we have two categories

  1. General Submissions (Open To All)

  2. Local Hero. ( Films made by local Canberra region film makers about a local individual, group or organisation doing inspiring work in the area of mental health

Sponsored By

MELBOURNE MENTAL HEALTH 

FILM FESTIVAL

Sunday October 6th 2019 

Backlot Studio, Southbank.

A retrospective of films from the Canberra Mental Health Film festival 2018

  • An inspiring voice for social justice and human rights

  • Positive contributions made by mental health consumers

  • Stigma reduction and defying stereotypes

  • Real-life stories of people's lived experiencence of mental illness

Sponsored By

Presenting the Melbourne

Premiere of

BIGLY YELLOW

and fundraiser for

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BIGLY YELLOW (Life is Jazz).

A musical prodigy at 15 and playing with the best, jazz trumpeter, trombonist and composer, Simon Kent is as talented as he was troubled. Enduring on-going battles with mental health, Simon pursues his dream of jazz, creating beautiful music while his life implodes.

Sink into a land of sliding night shadows, slithering and peaked with bent notes, creative highs, babies and lithium smoothed breakdowns. A 21 year distorted tour through gigs, private rehearsal spaces and hospital hallways of a musician slipping off the edge.

Where life is jazz.

Includes post screening interviews.

To register, buy tickets and more Info, click below

Sponsored By

PERTH 

MENTAL HEALTH 

FILM FESTIVAL

Sunday October 6th 2019 

Backlot Studio, West Perth

A retrospective of films from the Canberra Mental Health Film Festival 2018 that provide:

  • An inspiring voice for social justice and human rights

  • Positive contributions made by mental health consumers

  • Stigma reduction and defying stereotypes

  • Real-life stories of people's lived experiencence of mental illness

To register, buy tickets and more info,

click below

This Is My Brave Australia Inc. is registered as a charity with the Australian Charities and Not-for-profits Commission

ABN 28 892 123 669

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