Art With Impact Blog
Mentally Ill and Dangerous: ‘Out of Mind, Out of Sight’ Explores the Lives and Treatment of the InstitutionalizedMon, 04/21/2014 - 1:36pm | by Gayle
Are you jealous of people who live in Toronto? You should be.
And not just because of their unfettered access to this, HOLY MOLY.
Would you believe me if I told you that the star of a Will Ferrell movie is responsible for producing one of the most impactful documentaries of the year?
And why not?
When it comes to mental illness, it looks like Bollywood has some work to do.
...not as much work as Dollywood, however.
What are the first five things that come to mind when you hear the word “Hollywood?”
So you’re saying “deep awareness of social issues” isn’t even in the top ten…?
Many of us have mixed feelings about James Franco. He was so adorably spacey in Freaks and Geeks, so mainstream in Spider-man, so solid in Milk, and so unbearably pretentious pretty much everywhere else.
When it gets to be too much, just do what I do and watch him squirm in 127 Hours.
What comes to mind when you imagine “a generation of change makers and filmmakers”?
OK, I’m going to have to ask that you think a little more broadly.
If you don’t live in Australia, you may be unfamiliar with the occasion of Harmony Day.
I am sad to say it is not preceded by Bone Thugs-N- Day.
The bar scene can be rough.
Unless, of course, you thrive on eyeliner, Axe Body Spray, and giant quantities of Grey Goose.
If you were alive and somewhat aware of current events during the Anita Hill/Clarence Thomas hearings, the following photo has a certain blush-worthy meaning to you:
If this doesn’t make sense to you, Google it. Apologies in advance.