May 25, 2023 @ 4:00 pm America/Chicago Timezone
Climate Mental Health Network
“Gen Z Mental Health: Climate Stories is a short documentary that explores the mental health impacts of the climate crisis to young adults worldwide, and considers what resilience means when fighting for the right to a livable planet. The film captures the emotions of a generation that may be frightened, but is anything but hopeless, saving room for stories of love, community connections, and healing.

Directed by Tehya Jennett of Stranded Astronaut Productions and produced by Paramount, Climate Mental Health Network, and Yea Impact!.

The film has closed captioning in English and is available with subtitles en Français, en Español, em Português & in Italiano.”

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Host a Screening online or at your school, workplace, conference, congregation, house parties, etc. 
Interested or have questions? Click herto fill out a brief interest form.
For hosts: film images and host toolkit and en Español.

Upcoming Screenings

  • Susty Vibes | May 5 | Lagos, Nigeria
  • Climate Imaginations Festival, Columbia University | May 6 | New York | Register
  • Interfaith Power and Light | May 8 | Washington, DC
  • CLEAN/CIRES | May 17 | virtual
  • Mental Health Action Day | May 18 | Los Angeles | Register
  • Change Now Summit | Paris | May 25-27 | Register
  • Aspen Institute | May 31 | virtual
  • Moms Clean Air Force, Climate Psychology Alliance-NA, Gen Dread | May 31 | virtual
  • World Health Organization’s Health for All Film Festival | finishes in June | virtual