What People Are Saying About Voices
“Moving and wonderfully compassionate storytelling… Voices gives us a rare and human back-story to some of the tragedies that involve people with untreated mental illness.”
– Helen M. Thomson R.N.; Retired California State Assemblymember.
“Deeply personal, human… Voices puts a face on an issue that is silent, deep, and hidden, but all too real.”
– Evelyn Lundberg Stratton; Retired Justice of the Supreme Court of Ohio, recipient of the Ellis Island Medal of Honor.
“An eloquent and affecting portrait of three people with psychoses.”
– E. Fuller Torrey, M.D.; Executive Director of the Stanley Medical Research Institute, Founder of the Treatment Advocacy Center.
“It’s real and it’s raw. Never before have I seen a film addressing mental health that lays it all out there with such powerful simplicity.”
– Joyce Cooling; Award-winning recording artist and mental health advocate.
“The cultural space is hugely important for breaking down the stigma and taboo surrounding mental health. Voices deserves to be seen far and wide and can make a real difference to that fight with its raw and honest portrayal.”
– Alastair Campbell; British writer, strategist, and mental health campaigner.
“Voices will make you think deeply about a difficult reality, because it will make you feel deeply.”
– Donna Gephart; Award-winning children’s book author and speaker.