Oct. 3-10
2019

Easton · Cambridge · Oxford

Bedlam

Directed by Kenneth Paul Rosenberg

(94 minutes)

Bedlam is the first major documentary to explore the crisis in care of severely mentally-ill citizens. Set in Los Angeles, the film shows how deep-seated shame, stigma, and decades-long political negligence have led to the single largest social catastrophe of the twentieth and twenty-first centuries.

Q&A with John Snook, executive director of the Treatment Advocacy Center in Washington, D.C., following the Friday, October 4th screening.
Q&A with Evelyn Burton, a Maryland-based mental health advocate and member of the board of the Treatment Advocacy Center, following the Tuesday, October 8th screening.

 

Date

Fri Oct 4

Showtime

4:00pm

Date

Tue Oct 8

Showtime

5:00 pm