Another great month for Breaking the chains and advocacy

‘Breaking the chains’ has already been requested to three events in November:

Please spread the world and also let people who are unable to attend but would like to watch and support the project know that it is available on VHX 

 

‘Breaking the chains’ at Indonesia Kontemporer, Global Health Film Initiative (London) and World Health Summit (Berlin)

The next month is going to be a busy month for Breaking the chains, has it gets screened and presented at the Indonesia Kontemporer in London on the 8th October 2016, the World Health Summit in Berlin on the 11th October and the Global Health Film Initiative in London on the 11-12th November. Spread the word!

Also, we want to see the film and this important and urgent issue to be represented also at human rights festivals, please help us to get Breaking the chains also in these programmes if you can!

Thanks!

‘Breaking the chains’ part of the Royal Anthropological Institute collection

Yesterday the contract was signed and Breaking the chains has now officially been licensed (in a non-exclusive world-wide agreement) for distribution (DVD and online) through the Royal Anthropological Institute https://www.therai.org.uk/

This means that the film, and the stories and issues in it, will be archived in the biggest collection of anthropological films used for educational purposes, which contributes to this project’s original objective to increase awareness and educate about human right abuses against people with mental health problems.

Thank you RAI and thanks to the people who have supported Breaking the chains so far, more to come!

Breaking the chains screening at King’s College London on the 7th July 2016

Breaking the chains will be screened at King’s College London Strand Campus on the 7th of July, followed by a panel discussion.

Free registration here

This event is part of the intensive summer school organized with Prof. Carmine Pariante at KCL:

Movie and documentary in mental health: From research to public engagement

Seats are limited, for booking and info click here