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Authentically Representing Mental Health On-Screen While Prioritizing It Off-Screen

Date: Thursday, May 19
Time: 4 p.m. ET / 3 p.m. CT / 2 p.m. MT / 1 p.m. PT
Duration: 60 minutes

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Illustration of a person eating something out of a bowl while seated looking at a laptop on a table. Logos for Women in Film and RespectAbility. Text: “Speaker Series May 19 1 pm PT. Authentically representing Mental Health on-screen and prioritizing it off-screen”RespectAbility is thrilled to present this conversation in partnership with Women In Film to celebrate the second annual Mental Health Action Day. As the global conversation around mental health continues, finding effective resources and knowing how to get help remains a challenge. Convened by MTV Entertainment Group, Mental Health Action Day was created with an open-source model that has effectively united and galvanized brands, organizational leaders, and cultural leaders to seamlessly integrate the message and spirit into their existing branding and voice. In today’s panel conversation, we will speak with a variety of Film & TV professionals to discuss ways to accurately and authentically represent mental health on-screen, while also prioritizing your own mental health in an industry that hasn’t traditionally given folks the space to do so. This event will have both live-captioning and an ASL interpreter for those who need or prefer it. [continue reading…]

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