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The unlearned lessons of Columbine

"...a painful but necessary story to understand if we are to move forward as a nation committed to helping young people develop into mentally healthy adults..."
-Tom Insel, Former president of NIMH

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Going Sane

We interviewed three families dealing with mental illness and many of the world’s leading experts to discover that most mental health patients are receiving outdated and disproven treatments. Witness the state of mental health care in America in our new 65-minute documentary "Going Sane".

American Tragedy (pre-release)


April 20, 1999 was a day that changed the world. Columbine High school was under attack by two of its own students: Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold. It has taken Sue Klebold, Dylan’s mother, twenty years to reconcile how the son she thought she knew, the son she loved, the son she affectionately referred to as “Sunshine Boy” could willingly and knowingly be a school shooter. “If love could have stopped Columbine,” she says, “Columbine would never have happened.” 


Overcoming Anorexia (FREE)

We are parents who have experienced a child's struggle through anorexia. We often felt confused about how to help our child recover. Through mistakes, trials and errors, and the love and commitment we felt, we made it or are making it through. Now we want to help other parents navigate that journey better than we did.

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