Turning Point Behavioral Health Care Center presents A Night at the Movies April 8 from 6 to 9 p.m. at 27 Live, 1012 Church St. in Evanston.
The event includes an intimate screening of the critically-acclaimed documentary Of Two Minds exploring life with bipolar disorder. An hors d'oeuvres reception and conversation with award-winning filmmaker Doug Blush, and Carlton Davis, one of the six individuals featured in the film, follows the screening. Tickets are $70. For reservations and more information call 847-933-0051 or visit www.tpoint.org. Proceeds will benefit Turning Point’s mission of making comprehensive, high-quality mental health care accessible to all.
Of Two Minds is an award-winning feature documentary by Doug Blush and Lisa Klein, that explores the extraordinary lives, struggles and success of a few of the over five million Americans living with bipolar disorder. Personal stories of harrowing events, medical mazes, discrimination and the effects of social stigma blend together to create a compelling look at a generation coming out of the "bipolar closet". Of Two Minds puts an authentic human face on bipolar disorder, providing an intimate, sometimes painful, sometimes painfully funny look at those who live in its shadows…our parents and children, our friends and lovers…and ourselves. Of Two Minds comes from the creative team behind The Invisible War, Wordplay, I.O.U.S.A., Superheroes and These Amazing Shadows.
Tuesday, April 9 at 6:30 p.m. – Of Two Minds public education event at the Skokie Public Library, 5215 Oakton Avenue, Skokie. Academy Award-nominated filmmaker Doug Blush introduces this critically-acclaimed documentary feature on bipolar disorder he co-directed with Lisa Klein. After the screening, Turning Point hosts a panel discussion with Blush and special guests. Admission is free. Continuing Education Credits are available. For more information call 847-933-0051 or visit www.tpoint.org.
TURNING POINT BEHAVIORAL HEALTH CARE CENTER, established in 1969, is an outpatient mental health center that exists to provide comprehensive mental health services to all, regardless of financial resources or intensity of need. For more information about Turning Point visit www.tpoint.org