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|}<center>“Today I Am Going to Kill Myself But First I Am Going to Dance” -- a film about the legacy of the [[Fergus Falls State Hospital]]. The film was produced by Nik Nerburn, a journalist and independent filmmaker who served as a Springboard for the Arts Hinge Arts resident in Fergus Falls in the Spring of 2015. Nerburn created the film as part of his residency and was aired on Pioneer Public Television.</center></div>
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|}<center>The following sixth-eight minute documentary entitled "If these walls could talk stories behind Toronto's psychiatric patient built wall" is about the [[Queen Street Mental Health Centre]]. It was created by Toronto filmmakers Naomi Berlyne and Sibyl Likely. </center></div>
 
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Revision as of 05:21, 17 May 2020

Featured Video

The following sixth-eight minute documentary entitled "If these walls could talk stories behind Toronto's psychiatric patient built wall" is about the Queen Street Mental Health Centre. It was created by Toronto filmmakers Naomi Berlyne and Sibyl Likely.