Kino-MENTAL

Union for Mental Health of Russia and online platform “Pilgrim” present a joint project “Kino-MENTAL”. Films that depict mental illness and people with mental health and psychological problems are introduced here to show various approaches to presenting the theme of mental health in the Russian cinematography. 

The platform includes both documentaries and feature films that are available for free and legal viewing. All films are participants and winners of many Russian and international festivals.

More: https://piligrim.fund/kinomental 

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