HUSH | A documentary on Black mental health starts upcoming Florida screening tour in Fort Myers
'HUSH | Help Us Say Help' is a 76-minute documentary about the origins of generational trauma and mental health resources within Black communities
A38 Films presents its first official Florida screening tour, starting in Fort Myers, for HUSH | A documentary on Black mental health, set to showcase at various venues throughout the state this April. The 76-minute documentary discusses the origins of generational trauma and access to mental health resources within Black communities. The documentary strives to increase the prioritization and awareness of mental health resources within Black communities.
The tour dates coincide with the announcement of the film’s first official film festival selection, which is from The African Film Festival (TAFF), an organization that celebrates films and arts that either promote African culture; address issues affecting Africa and people of African descent; or explore African landmarks and historical leaders.
To provide accessible viewing opportunities, all Florida screenings are free and open to the public, however, an RSVP is required at a38films.com/tickets.
The screening tour dates for Spring 2023 are as followed:
• April 14 – Fort Myers
• April 15 – Miami
• April 20 – Daytona
• April 21 – Jacksonville
• April 22 – Tallahassee
• April 29 – Orlando
• May 5 – Fort Lauderdale
There will be a question-and-answer session with producer, writer and director Antwon Lindsey after each session. This discussion allows the audience to ask questions and express their thoughts and ideas on issues revealed in the documentary through the form of meaningful discussion. The opportunity is included with your RSVP.
A38 Films was started in 2019 by Lindsey. The vision and mission of A38 Films are to change lives through compassionate storytelling as a means for ending human suffering. With HUSH, Lindsey aims to educate, entertain, and empower Black families to transcend generational and individual trauma by seeking professional support.
“I created this film because of my life experiences and searching for answers to the questions I had about my own suffering and existence,” says Lindsey. “By watching HUSH, I want viewers to know that it’s okay to seek help and for others to truly see the humanity of Black Americans and our collective existence as humankind.”
To reserve your seats, schedule a future screening, or to learn more, visit a38films.com.
HUSH is presented in association with Emotion Videography and with executive producer Dylan Thomas and co-producer AJ Leonard.
About Antwon Lindsey
Many refer to Antwon as an author, filmmaker, visionary, and even an inspiration at times, but Antwon sees his life as just another being seeking to experience the limitless expression of our collective conscious existence.
Source: A38 Films