For the start of this most important Mental Health Awareness Month, we focus on the practical tools that we now have in place to support school, students and families, via The Creative Coping Toolkit.
Coming out of the Covid shadows, we focus on our new SEL program for the 2021-22 school year, built around our Mental Health Trilogy, plus Sexual Assault Awareness Month and a new BIPOC-focused channel on our streaming platform.
We focus on the 'Mirror Pandemic' - the worsening mental health of our society in response to the pandemic, particularly amongst the younger generations. We recap on an Angst screening and discussion panel with some amazing NFL Players, launch our new film channels and look forward to some other events
As February is the month of love, we focused on family love and relationships - and most particularly how they have been put under intesnse stress with Covid. We celebrated the first day of Black History Month with a very early days, first sneak peak at our new film RACE, as well as highlighting an amazing black youth storytellers event later on in February.
As January is often the hardest month of the year, and Blue Monday is coming up on the 18th, this newsletter focuses on mental health with resources and ideas to keep you and your loved ones healthy and happy.
Despite and because of 2020's challenges, IndieFlix has been really busy.
2020 has marked a crazy amount of change for all of us! Indieflix has one more in store, with the launch of a completely new look, a cleaner and more comprehensive website and a more streamlined booking process.
Here’s a quick round-up of some wonderful places our films have been.