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Prof. Kelly Anderson’s documentary UNSTUCK wins award!

Prof. Kelly Anderson’s documentary OCD kids Virginia Film Festival laurelsUNSTUCK: an OCD kids movie wins 2018 Virginia Film Festival Documentary Short Audience Award!

About the documentary:
Thousands of kids, teens and adults with Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD) are trapped in a vicious cycle of worries, intrusive thoughts and rituals. And while families and loved ones are desperate to help them, fighting OCD takes time and specialized therapy. To uncover what OCD is, and what it isn’t, filmmakers Kelly Anderson and Chris Baier focus on an unlikely group of experts: kids!
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OCD awareness week film screening and discussion

Thurs., Oct. 17, 2019 | 6-8PM
Hunter College, Lang Recital Hall 
4th Floor North Building
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Prof. Kelly Anderson’s film UNSTUCK: an OCD kids movie and the premiere of Jay Chieh-Chun Lee’s film Involuntary Repetition as Everyday Life (made in Prof. Michael Gitlin’s Microcultural Incidents Class). A panel discussion will follow after the screening. This will also be relevant for students interested in crafting distribution campaigns that prioritize community engagement in non-traditional settings, including robust social media engagement.

As part of OCD Awareness Week 2019, the Hunter College Department of Film and Media Studies presents:

How a Film Helped Heal, Build Community and Challenge Stereotypes

Featured Films:
UNSTUCK: an OCD kids movie
Involuntary Repetition as Everyday Life
Panel discussion with OCD experts & filmmakers 

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Prof. Kelly Anderson’s screening

Unstuck PosterProf. Kelly Anderson’s documentary UNSTUCK will be screening at The
Art of Brooklyn Film Festival ​UNSTUCK: an OCD kids movie
You would be amazed what kids can teach you about OCD.

There is a lot of confusion about Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD). To uncover what OCD is, and what it isn’t, UNSTUCK: an OCD kids movie focuses on an unlikely group of experts: Kids.

By sharing some unique OCD stories, the film reveals the complexity of this mental health disorder and allows kids and teens to explain how they learned to face their fears and regain control of their lives.
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