Movies for Mental Health

Red River College Polytechnic is hosting two Movies for Mental Health workshops that use the power of film to unite folks in community, connection, and conversation. These free events are delivered by a non-profit called Art With Impact, and will be hosted in person!

The interactive experience will feature safe discussion on mental health, the stigma that frequently surrounds mental illness, and media portrayals of mental health issues. There will also be snacks. Following this will be a live screening of three award-winning short films and therapeutic activities to consciously connect minds and bodies.

The event will culminate in a panel of lived-experience speakers and mental health resources, empowering participants to share our own stories and access support available at the College and in the community.

Last year, students who attended found the workshop helped increase awareness of mental health, reduce stigma, and improve knowledge about where to go for help.

Notre Dame Campus

Date: Wednesday, November 16 2022

Time:  11am-1pm

Location:  Black Lecture Theatre


Exchange District Campus

Date: Friday, November 18

Time:  noon-2pm

Location:  P107


For questions or accessibility needs, please contact Breanna.

This event is sponsored by Campus Well-Being and the RRC Students’ Association. All students and staff are welcome. ASL-English interpretation will be provided.

Interested in sharing your story?

As part of this event, we are seeking students who are open to sharing their personal mental health story in a safe and supportive environment. If you’re interested in learning more about the opportunity to be a panelist, please contact Breanna.