“Powerful—profound—emotional—humane—everybody’s family—Marine Corps—America—and most importantly love and trust.”Paul BurkeFormer Executive Director, The American Psychiatric Association Foundation
“Into the Light weaves two seemingly different and deeply personal stories into one riveting film.”Michelle Binder Capt., USAF
“A story of reluctance, realization, determination, heartbreak, and redemption. A touching film.”Hannah Martinez1st LT, USA
“This moving film shows the impact of mental illness on individuals and families and inspires compassion and hope, changing how we think about mental illness.”Jeffrey BorensteinPresident & CEO, The Brain and Behavior Research Foundation and host of the PBS series Healthy Minds
"Those suffering from mental illness deserve our attention, our concern, our kindness. This film shows us how to bring out the best in all of us.”Samuel J. Keith, MDChairman and Milton Rosembaum Professor of Psychiatry and Psychology, Emeritus University of New Mexico School of Medicine
“Give an Hour thanks filmmaker, Charlie Stuart, for giving us this powerful tool to help communities across the country change direction”
Barbara Van Dahlen, Ph.D.,
Founder and President, Give an Hour
Audiences share powerful reactions at the Washington D.C. premier of Into the Light.
Into the Light begins airing on PBS on Memorial Day, 2018.
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