The film “My Perspective”, created by Morgan Kennedy, Ishmael Solomon and Thomas Hoover, seniors in AVHS’ Computer and Media Pathway, won first place in the Suicide Prevention Category for the San Bernardino region. Thomas Bateman and Dakota Parr, both juniors, placed in the Top 3 of Suicide Prevention category with their film, “Purpose”.
In the Cultural Diversity, Suicide Prevention Category, the film “Make a Statement”, created by Rebekah Alvarez, Kyra Alstott and Devinne Hoffman, juniors, placed in the Top 3 in the San Bernardino region.
The films can each be viewed on www.youtube.com.
Directing Change is part of Each Mind Matters: California’s Mental Health Movement, administered by the California Mental Health Services Authority. The regional award ceremony was organized by Riverside University Health System Behavioral Health and San Bernardino County Department of Behavioral Health. For more information visit www.directingchange.org.