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This stop motion animation shows the emotional struggle of living with an eating disorder from a first person perspective in hopes of busting stereotypes and building empathy. The title refers to the journey to wellness starting with acceptance.


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Director: Fenny Wang and Karishma Antia

Fenny and Karishma have been collaborating on creative projects together since they met as children. Using stop motion animation, their film focuses on the topic of anorexia in hopes of shedding light on a mental illness that are often misrepresented in the media, and build awareness that it is okay to not be okay. Fenny is a recent Queen’s University graduate who has just started her career in Advertising, and Karishma ​is a psychology student at the University of Toronto.

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Eating Disorders

Eating disorders are a group of conditions that cause serious emotional and physical problems, involving extreme food and weight issues. There are many types of...


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