Annual

Always There For You

“Always There for You” demonstrates the importance of noticing changes in friends that may be related to mental health, as well the power of connecting a friend with a trusted adult who can help.

I Can

This inspiring film centers on a high school senior struggling with mental health and thoughts of suicide. After realizing she cannot handle it alone, the student reaches out to her friends who help her get the support she needs to keep going.

First Step

“First Step” explores a variety of different students as they are faced with the depression. Each student begins to overcome adversity in their own way and takes that first step to get help.

The Cycle

This film is about a high school student stuck in a cycle of negative thinking, leading to low self-esteem, jealousy of others, and anti-social behavior. Fortunately, a text from a friend shares mental health resources, all the while reassuring him that others care.

It Can Be Scary…

“It Can be Scary…” follows a teen navigating the difficult scenario of reaching out to a friend he’s worried about, thereby empowering audiences to do the same.

Take Action as a Friend

“Take Action as a Friend” seeks to illustrate the qualities of healthy friendships and their importance to youth mental health.

Family Matters

“Family Matters” depicts mental health challenges and the process of getting help from the perspective of a foster youth.

Don’t Be Afraid to Reach Out

This film is about a middle school boy who is struggling with bullying and suicidal thoughts. The boy finds the courage to seek help thanks to the support of two other students, showing the power of looking out for peers and reaching out to those experiencing poor mental health.

Harpo

“Harpo” touches on the pressures of student life, particularly the academic stress placed on students which can be detrimental to their mental health. The film aims to promote friendships, showcasing the impact that a simple act of kindness can have on someone.