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Mad Dance is a trilogy of provocative and beautiful short films that re-envision the way we think, speak and feel about mental distress and wellness in today’s chaotic world. These transformative films offer new maps for navigating madness with insight, healing and hope.
This informative and inspiring 70-minute trilogy is appropriate for academic study in:

  • Psychology, Psychiatry, Counseling and Art Therapy
  • Social Work, Social Justice, Women’s Studies
  • Documentary and Experimental Film, Photography

 
“A soulful and thought-provoking springboard for classroom discussions, challenging art and psychology students to creatively expand the way we navigate the dark and light in our lives.”   - Paige Greason, PhD, Clinical Director, Counseling Services, University of North Carolina

“Mesmerizing works of art with the transformative powers of great poems.”   - Robert Whitaker, Author, Mad in America

“Visually stunning, emotionally nuanced, and socially enlightening.”   - Sackler Center for Arts Education, Guggenheim Museum

“Ken is the Steven Spielberg of mental health films.”   - Oryx Cohen, Director, National Empowerment Center