Archive for PShiftTV
The “Age of Stupid” is having its global premiere 7:30pm on Monday, September 21st with a live “green carpet” event in the city that will be simultaneously broadcast to multiple cinemas across the globe, including the following Manhattan cinemas: (Union Square Stadium 14, Chelsea Cinema, First And 62nd Cinemas) The film has already garnered some great press, and individual contributions funded it! It is screening in most major cities in the states, so everyone can come out- but they should try and reserve
seats online in advance. Kofi Annan will address the audience at the premiere.
Not in New York City? Check out how you can see the film here!
The founder of F.R.E.E.D. talks about her struggle with and recovery from bulimia, as well as what she is doing now to help others struggling with eating disorders.
Lauren Greenfield’s documentary Thin goes inside of an eating disorder recovery center.
Dr. Breeding explains what the anti-psychiatry movement is and the ideals that drive the movement.
What possible links do you see between the anti-psychiatry movement and feminist values?
This Media Education Foundation production gives an intimate look at the fear that drove one woman’s anorexia and exercise bulimia.
This video is a Media Education Foundation production based on the feminist psychology classic Reviving Ophelia by Mary Pipher, Ph.D. Reviving Ophelia focuses on the mental health of young women and the factors that influence their development.
Professor John Breeding, Psychology Ph.D. contextualizes eating disorders within societies in which 1.) unhealthy and unrealistic expectations are placed on women and 2.) few people know what is healthy or natural in regard to eating.
Dr. Breeding discusses the connections between power dynamics and eating habits.
This video explains why women are more likely to have a mood disorder than men.