For the day Bell Let’s Talk, Metro suggests some creations to discover which deal with mental health. Cinema, music, series, literature, visual arts … all means are good to educate oneself on a subject which remains still and always taboo.
Remember that with this initiative, Bell wants to encourage awareness, acceptance and action in the field of mental health.
Mental health: one note at a time
The documentary looks at mental health from the point of view of musicians who, in the shadows, suffer despite all the love their audiences have for them. It includes the testimonies of Safia Nolin, David Goudreault, Laurence Jalbert and Steven Veilleux.
Broadcast on Thursday January 28 at 7 p.m. on Canal Vie, Canal D, VRAK and available on Crave and Noovo.ca
This inclusive series, of which the actress Zendaya is the revelation, addresses the mental health disorders and addictions of a youth force-fed to social networks through her heroine Rue.
To see on Crave
Yoga by Emmanuel Carrère
In his most recent novel, between fiction and reality, the French writer evokes an intimate part of his life. Affected by depression, bipolarity, Emmanuel Carrère finally tells the story of this “evil” when he initially thought to write about the practice of yoga …
With POL editions
100 artists for mental health without taboos
The exhibition and sale showcases around a hundred works by emerging Quebec artists, the profits of which will go to the organization Coups de pinceaux, coups de ciseaux. In addition to raising awareness of the cause, the money raised will help provide free haircuts to those suffering from mental health problems.
Online until March 15
Mea Culpa by Kareem
In his latest track, the Montreal rapper discusses a difficult subject: suicide. Kareem thus wishes to open a dialogue and to get people to recognize their emotions, even the most painful, and to overcome the trials.
Released January 29