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Moray men open up about mental health

By Staff Reporter

A SHORT film which features eight men from across Moray talking about mental health will be screened next week.

Inspired by personal circumstance, Moray Arts Development Engagement (M:ADE) brought the volunteers together to talk openly about anxiety, depression and suicide.

Their experiences were combined into a film, created by Poppycock Films.

The short individual interviews focus on the realities of living with mental health issues and the piece was created in the hope of encouraging more people to speak openly and to support those going through similar circumstances.

The first public screening of M:ADE Aware – Male Mental Health, Moray takes place at the Lecture Theatre of Moray College UHI on Wednesday, April 17, at 5.30pm.

Tickets are free and can be reserved online but any donations made on the evening will be invested back into M:ADE to support future activity.

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