April 1: virtual screening/discussion with the filmmakers behind the upcoming documentary, Walk with Frank.
Save the date! Details and registration link coming soon!
Thursday, April 1
4:00pm PT / 6:00pm CT / 7:00pm ET
Free preview screening of excerpts from this not-yet-released film, and discussion with the filmmakers.
Walk With Frank is a film about self discovery, mental health, and one man’s journey towards understanding and embracing PTSD.
As an infantry soldier, Frank was ambushed in the jungles of Vietnam and barely survived, sending him down a dark spiral which led to drug and alcohol abuse, prison time, and family troubles. He eventually discovered painting as a way to begin his lifelong mission of healing himself and helping others discover their own path forward.
For his 70th birthday Frank decided to walk across New York State as a way to gain attention to his cause, his education curriculum, and to give a voice to so many suffering from PTSD. By walking, Frank hopes to shed light on the true experience of the American soldier, the ongoing struggles facing the mental health and homeless communities, and hopefully inspire others to open up about their own mental illness.