'No Letting Go' set to premier at the 11th Annual NYC Mental Health Film Festival

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Faithful readers will remember our request back in May for some serious Network love for Randi Silverman's film, No Letting Go. Well, Network faithful, we now have exciting news to share.

The film Randi has put her heart and soul into is going to premier in September at the 11th Annual NYC Mental Health Film Festival! No Letting Go  has been chosen as the featured full-length narrative film and will screen at 1:30 on Saturday, September 26, 2015. If you are in New York City on September 26th, we hope you will attend (let's sell out the house!).

No Letting Go is a feature film that follows the journey of an American family faced with the daunting challenge of finding answers and help for their middle child, who is eventually diagnosed with a bipolar disorder. Co-Written by Randi Silverman and Jonathan Bucari. Starring: Cheryl Allison, Richard Burgi (Desperate Housewives), Noah Silverman, and featuring Alysia Reiner (Orange is the New Black), Kathy Najimy (Sister Act), and Janet Hubert (Fresh Prince of Bel Air). Filmmakers and cast members will be in attendance for audience Q&A.

About the 11th Annual NYC Mental Health Film Festival
As the oldest and largest mental health film festival in the United States, #MHFF takes a bold stand in fighting the stigma people with mental illness often face. The festival has screened more than 50 films, attracted over 5,000 audience members, and served as a positive voice promoting social justice and human rights for people with mental health concerns. 






  1. George Patrin, MD, MHA's avatar
    George Patrin, MD, MHA
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    This movie hits home in so many ways. We must repair our mental health crisis-care non-system to become truly integrated with primary care delivery. Denial is rampant and cognitive dissonance is blinding our health care leaders and politicians.
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