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Crazywise: A Filmmaker Explores the Heart of Mental Illness

Crazywise: A Filmmaker Explores the Heart of Mental Illness

Apr 25, 2017-- Phil Borges is a dentist-turned-photographer, author, filmmaker and social change storyteller. For more than 25 years, he has been documenting indigenous and tribal cultures in some of the world's most remote, inaccessible areas. His recent film Crazywise reveals a paradigm shift that's challenging the way Western culture defines and treats "mental illness" and highlights a survivor-led movement demanding more choices from a mental health care system in crisis. The film explores cultural differences with respect to consciousness, mental health and the relevance of Shamanic traditional practices and beliefs to those of us living in the modern world. More on Phil's journey in this in-depth interview. (9587 reads)


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