IndieFlix Shines the Light on Anxiety with Must-See Documentary
A new film created to start community conversations about anxiety

A film and panel discussion about how anxiety disorders are real, common and treatable

On Thursday, December 5, please join us for a free screening of the documentary Angst: Raising Awareness Around Anxiety. Viewing of the film (56 minutes) will be followed by a community discussion led by a panel of professionals from the education and mental health fields.

By bringing awareness to this important issue we hope to improve the lives of adolescents and families. “Anxiety is not cool but talking about is.”

Screening will be held on
Thursday, December 5 at 7:00pm
Screening will be held at
Hunterdon Central High School
The Little Theater, Building 11/12 (Junction Rd)
Flemington, NJ 08822
Evening hosted by:
The Lotus School of Liberal Arts and
Raritan Learning Cooperative
Co-sponsored by:
Hunterdon Central Education Association
Hunterdon Healthcare
Safe Harbor, Child Access Centers
Hunterdon Helpline

This documentary explores anxiety, its causes and effects, and what we can do about it. See candid interviews with kids, teens, educators, experts and parents about anxiety and tools to help. Angst Producers Scilla Andreen and Karin Gornick state one goal: to start a global conversation and raise awareness around anxiety. They utilize the power of film to tell the stories of many kids and teens who discuss their anxiety and its impacts on their lives and relationships, as well as how they’ve found solutions and hope.

Ages 11 and up welcome.

The filmmakers offer the following guidance for families considering bringing children (ages 11 and up) to the film: If you think your child is experiencing anxiety or depression, this film may be especially helpful for them to see as it provides an understanding of why anxiety happens in our bodies and shows there is help and hope for treating symptoms. If you bring your child, the experience of watching the film is a wonderful way to start a conversation together. Plan to discuss or process it afterwards in a way that works for your child.  The film is designed to be shown to both students and parents, separately or together.

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7:00 Welcome

7:05 Show movie, 1hr

8:05 Panel Comments on film, 5min ea. (Panelists: see below)

8:20 Q&A

8:55 Closing Comments



Scott Gallagher, Raritan Learning Cooperative
Lynne Gonski, Hunterdon Behavioral Health – School Based Youth Services
Carol Dvoor, Safe Harbor Child Access Centers
John Mopper, Blueprint Mental Health


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