Hosted by Kimberly Goff-Crews
Following the conversation, Ms. Ryan will join students in a panel discussion.
The conversation between Jonny, Neil, and Phil is about how we can bring to bear the latest science on the problems faced by people with serious mental illness, in an effort to render their experiences more understandable and their suffering more manageable.
Co-sponsored by: Yale New Haven Hospital Behavioral Health & Emergency Services, Yale Program for Recovery and Community Health, Connecticut Mental Health Center Foundation, Department of Psychiatry, Yale School of Medicine and Yale Health.
To watch a video of this talk, please click on this YouTube link: http://bit.ly/2zAm5gs
A documentary screening followed by Q&A with filmmakers Arthur Pratt and Barmmy Boy.
Through the eyes of Sierra Leonean Filmmaker Arthur Pratt, Survivors presents an intimate portrait of his country during the Ebola outbreak, exposing the complexity of the epidemic and the sociopolitical turmoil that lies in its wake.
Co-sponsored by South Asian Studies Council
The talk will be delivered in Hindi - a translation of his entire lecture will be available in the form of handouts.
The Film Critic’s Role, Face to Face with the Filmmaker”