They Heard Voices documentary premier and discussion in NYC July 13



A movie by Jonathan Balazs

Co-sponsored by ISPS-US and Hearing Voices NYC

When: JULY 13TH 2017 at 6:30 PM

425 Ave of the Americas
(6th ave & 10th Street)



THEY HEARD VOICES is a documentary film exploring the Hearing Voices Movement, chronic psychosis and the schizophrenia label. The film is a series of wide-ranging interviews with voice hearers, medical historians, anthropologists and psychiatrists from Britain and America, presenting different people’s views and inviting conversation

Featuring: Erin Emiru, Rai Waddingham, Kevin Healey, Mark Roininen, Angela Woods (Ph.D.), Edward Shorter (Ph.D.), Dr. Avery Krisman, Dr. Albert Wong, Suman Fernando, and Steven Ecks (Ph.D.).

Special Community Screening and Panel Discussion.Join us for a discussion with members of ISPS-US & Hearing Voices NYC: Matt Estrada, Tami Gatta, Peri Zarella & more.

In celebration of Worldwide CreativeMaladjustment Week (July 7-14).
Visit for more ideas on how to celebrate MAD PRIDE!

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2 Responses to They Heard Voices documentary premier and discussion in NYC July 13

  1. Ron Unger says:

    ISPS-US members who would like to arrange a showing of this film, or of two other films, “Crazywise” and “Healing Voices” should contact Karen Stern at to arrange to get a copy of the film (ISPS has rights to show these films at multiple locations.)

  2. Ron Unger says:

    Thanks for the mention of Worldwide Creative Maladjustment Week!

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