Urban Dreams Mental Health Film Festival Supporting Languages of Care – September 26-28

We are proud to announce that thanks to amazing advocacy of one of our Board Members, Dr. Grant Brenner Urban Dreams Film Festival has announced that Languages of Care has been selected as the organization that will be featured during the closing ceremonies on September 28th. 

UDMHFF kicks off its inaugural festival with 2 days at Regal Cinema in Delancey with a Gala Awards Party at BKLYN Commons. Closing Gala will also feature individual artist performers sharing their unique voices and perspectives – come back to this space for additional announcements!

Please join us at the closing ceremonies Gala to hear from the amazing film makers and the LoC team members. And, as always, please Donate to support our work. All donations above $250 in the next week will automatically qualify for complementary pair of the Urban Dreams Film Festival Tickets Closing Gala or a single All Access Pass. Alternatively, please go to the Tickets link below and we will see you at the event!

As per the full release:

Tickets are available now for September 26, 27 and 28th! Get yours now, and please share!

The Urban Dreams Mental Health Film Festival is a thought-provoking event that aims to raise awareness about mental health issues through the power of film. The festival showcases a diverse range of films from around the world that explore the complex and often taboo topics surrounding mental health.
We’re supporting not-for-profit Languages of Care. LoC connects with responders on the ground to understand the “just in time” need and work to find and translate royalty free emotional health content to help communities recover after a disaster. 

Through engaging and meaningful storytelling, the works presented at the Urban Dreams Mental Health Film Festival aim to educate and inspire audiences to break down the stigma associated with mental health issues. The festival provides a platform for filmmakers and content creators to share their unique perspectives and personal experiences, creating a safe and inclusive space for open dialogue and discussion.

Attendees of the festival can expect to see a wide range of genres, including documentaries, narratives, and animation, that tackle various themes related to mental health such as depression, anxiety, trauma, substance use disorders, and more.

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