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The IndieFlix Trilogy: A DIGITAL Wellness & Mental Health Awareness Program

During this challenging time of physical distancing IndieFlix still believes film is one of the most powerful mediums to inform and build community. As many schools and organizations move to online learning, they are now offering all of their Film-Based Education Programs virtually, including their films Angst, LIKE, The Upstanders, and Nevertheless.

Schools and organizations can now easily and affordably access IndieFlix programming on anxiety, bullying, effects of social media, and mental health as well as participate in interactive materials and discussions, delivered to every inbox.

They have 2 online options:

  1. Deliver an Online, On-Demand Screening to your community via their inbox: They create and customize a portal for your community, which includes the film to watch on-demand, tip sheet, discussion guide, test-your-knowledge quiz, and more all in one central dashboard branded as your community. (Prices start at $650 for up to 500 people.)

  2. Host a Live Webinar Screening Event at a specific date and time: They provide the webinar platform where you can screen the film and hold a Q&A with the participants. They set up the webinar and provide on the day tech support. Choose to include the filmmaker and experts featured in our films for an additional fee. (Prices start at $650 for up to 500 people.)

Licenses range from 24 hours to 2 weeks and longer. This online access is only available during the quarantine period. They will resume offline community screenings in the Fall.

They are here for you and will be in touch shortly! In the meantime, if you have any questions, please contact us at or (408) 355-4440.

To see more about all of our offerings, please visit

The Trilogy

MAY IS MENTAL HEALTH AWARENESS MONTH To prepare for Mental Health Awareness Month, they are inviting educators, executive directors, and HR professionals to preview their original documentary trilogy to decide if this is a resource you would like to offer to your students or employees during the month of May. Their films have been viewed by over 1,000,000 in 71 countries, & feature the top experts, compelling human interest stories & easy-to-execute strategies to make life changes that very same day. Their Film-Based Education Programs & Mental Health and Wellness Toolkits are used in thousands of schools and include interviews and feedback from experts and educators in the fields of psychology and mental health.

They were recently featured at the regional National Association of Social Workers (NASW) conference in Williamsburg this past March and will be featured again at the National NASW in June in WA DC.

Angst is designed to raise awareness around anxiety and includes interviews with kids, teens, educators, experts, parents and a very special interview with Michael Phelps. Our goal specifically is to help people identify and understand the symptoms of anxiety and encourage them to reach out for help. Click here to watch the trailer

LIKE explores the impact of social media on our lives and the effects of technology on the brain. The goal of the film is to inspire and help equip us to self-regulate. Social media is a tool and social platforms are a place to connect, share, and care… but is that what's really happening? Click here to watch the trailer

The Upstanders explores cyber-bully- ing, bullying amongst friends, families, co-workers and the brain science behind it all. It delves into the power of resilience, adaptability, community and belonging. The film highlights new laws and well established programs already reducing bullying in schools and communities. Click here to watch the trailer

"Angst captures what so many people are suffering in these complicated days: the bullying, perfectionism, panic, obsession, and too often, hopelessness. Angst is cathartic and ends with notes of hope. Every school needs to experience this program. It's that important." - Dr. John Duffy, Psychologist, Author

Since the pandemic started, these films and accompanying discussion guide and activities have been adapted to an online format. Corporations, schools and non-profits across the country have been finding movies to be a powerful medium during COVID-19 to manage stress and anxiety levels. To learn how to bring these films to your community please contact IndieFlix.

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