Host A Screening The S Word
Bring THE S WORD To Your Community!
Organize a local screening of THE S WORD and gather your campus, community members and colleagues to watch the film and help raise awareness for suicide prevention. Organizers across the country are hosting grassroots events and we invite you to join them. Simply complete the short screening survey below and we will be in touch about your request in late September. Please note, a screening license is required for all public events and packages include a Q&A with director Lisa Klein.
“The S Word has the potential to do more for suicide prevention in one year than I have in my career. We can all learn from this film.”
William Schmitz, Jr., Psy.D, Past President, American Association of Suicidology
“I kept finding that I was crying and laughing at the same time. No one expects to be inspired by a documentary on suicide. But viewers will leave informed, inspired, and uplifted.”
April Foreman, Ph.D Psychologist, Southeast Louisiana Veterans’ Health Care System
“The film tells untold stories in profound and original ways. It offers hope, but not by whitewashing the complexities of the lives it chronicles. It is frank and unstinting, and beautifully filmed, too. An important work of art.”
Andrew Solomon, New York Times Bestselling Author
“Screening THE S WORD in our community had a powerful impact on breaking through the silence that so often surrounds talking about the topic of suicide. It has helped decrease stigma and provide space for people with lived experience to share their own stories and be supported in new ways. THANK YOU for this beautiful film!”
JoAnne Foreman, Mental Health Initiative Program Coordinator, Temple Rodef Shalom
“The S Word will move your soul. This is by far the best depiction of a wide range of lived experiences with suicide that I have ever seen. At the screening I attended, the thunderous applause and standing ovation could be heard all over Phoenix.”
Sally Spencer Thomas, Impact Entrepreneur and Professional Speaker in Suicide Prevention