‘Breaking the chains’ will be screened on Thursday at 4 pm-6 pm as part of the Blizard Institute ‘Anthropologies of Global Health’. This is a collaboration between the Blizard Institute, the Centre for Psychiatry and Medsin Barts. The screening will be followed by discussion and reception. For more info click here
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!
Read the Article posted by Radio Australia about Australians who are joining forces to tackle global mental health issues, which includes the research carried out through Breaking the chains
Dear moviement supporter,
I am pleased to inform you that the OFFICIAL TRAILER of Breaking the Chains is now available online!
Please share and circulate it, including to festivals and other platforms that you believe might be interested in organising a screening of the film!
Thanks in advance and all the best!
Please share this file with festival organizers, media, advocacy groups and anyone else you think may be interested in this project and can help support its cause!
Grazie/Thanks by Movie-ment!
Breaking the Chains and researcher/director Erminia Colucci were featured in an ABC news about Indonesia Mental Health law
PROMISE (PROactive Management of Integrated Services & Environments) made a short-video of the very engaging and thought-proviking discussion following the screening of Breaking the Chains at Cambridge University. The audience brought up issues about low-resources, stigma and abuses but also the value of ‘touch’ (and the impact of its absence) in mental health care. You can watch the video made by PROMISE, with thanks to Dr. Manaan Kar Ray.