Change the Narrative

Change the Narrative

About This Campaign

Change the Narrative aims to tell your stories — the way you want them to be told.
Funding is the biggest issue facing new filmmakers, especially those hoping to break the mold, and start uncomfortable, but needed, conversations. With the launch of the Change the Narrative Fund, we are here to nurture stories that promote positive visibility for mental health by providing funds to make that vision a reality. We are partnering with TEAM UNBREAKABLE to make that happen.

Simply put, Change the Narrative provides funding to movies that promote positive visibility and normalization of mental health. Our aim is to utilize our industry to create a platform for those who need it most by providing both the lens through which people first perceive that which they do not personally experience, as well as support the visibility to those who do. We ask ourselves: What if we were able to showcase how they experience the world, instead of simply mirroring how the world sees them? Who could that help? Would it make a difference for you?

Platinum Sponsors

Team Unbreakable

Campaign to Support Team Unbreakable

Team Unbreakable's mission is to improve Youth Mental Health.
Our Unbreakable Run Program teaches youth that running empowers them, improves their mood, and enables them to better cope with anxiety, stress, and depression.  

The Unbreakable Run Program promotes better mental health through exercise and education.  We team up with schools and community partners (as a recreational program available to everyone) and with hospitals, community health agencies and family health teams (as a run therapy program).   The program has had thousands of students participating and is supported by a curriculum, materials, and workshops.   We welcome your involvement and ideas.  We grow through partnership, through the generous support of donors, and through the evident success that the run program has on the lives of the participants.  

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Mental health miscommunication has a very far reach, subtle as it may sometime seem. One in four will be affected by a mental or neurological disorder over the course of their lives, while about 450 million people are currently living this experience, making it one of the most pressing and prominent causes of ill-health and disability worldwide.

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