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Docs about Mental Health

Lee Hirsch's 'Bully' opens March 30 through The Weinstein Company.
In the space of a twelve-year career forging his way as an independent filmmaker, Duncan Cowles has developed a distinctive style of personal
Margaret Byrne’s Any Given Day is a half-decade-long ride on the roller coaster that those living with a mental illness face—on “any given day”
Screen Time is your curated weekly guide to excellent documentaries and nonfiction programs that you can watch at home. July is BIPOC Mental Health
“I think every film, fiction and nonfiction, should have a drama therapist as part of the team.” That’s a bold declaration from documentary filmmaker
It was March 12. I remember sitting in my home office looking at the bulletin board filled with the spring/summer tour schedule for my latest
In a relatively sane world—or at least nation—Victoria Gonzalez would never have been one of the guiding lights of Emily Taguchi and Jake Lefferman's
John Haptas and Kristine Samuelson co-directed the Oscar-nominated documentary short Life Overtakes Me, an IDA Enterprise Documentary Fund grantee
Though "Doc Star of the Month" has spotlit cops in the past (the NYPD's Sergeant Edwin Raymond of Stephen Maing's Crime + Punishment; Oakland Police
Celebrated around the world on October 10, World Mental Health Day is an important occasion to not only encourage conversations around mental health