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has been making award-winning documentaries since medical school. RODNEY FERGUSON BEDLAM is a co-production of UPPER EAST FILMS, LLC and Independent Television Service (ITVS) with funding provided by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting (CPB). DAVID ZITIN BOB ZITIN

CHERYL ROBERTS READ MORE, Kenneth Paul Rosenberg, MD, updates on the people featured in Bedlam and talks about mental health in the time of COVID. ANTHONY SIMON THE DRS. Do you have anyone in your family who went through an experience similar to the filmmaker's or his sister's? ROBINSON FAMILY FUND THROUGH MARIN COMMUNITY FOUNDATION LUCAS FRANK THE NATIONAL ENDOWMENT FOR THE ARTS. Producer/Director Kenneth Paul Rosenberg. The app allows you to catch up on recent episodes and discover award-winning shows. Written and performed by Damon Turner, Fiscal Sponsor He is also the editor of medical textbooks and author of popular books including Bedlam: An Intimate Journey Into America's Mental Health Crisis, which was published by Avery/Penguin Random House. Download it for free on your favorite device. Keep up with all the latest news, arts and culture, and TV highlights from KPBS. America's three largest jails are also its three largest psychiatric treatment facilities.

Photo credit: Courtesy of Upper East Films. RICHARD RUBIN, Archival Research Shot over the course of five years. LESS, Directed, Produced and Written by , which was published by Avery/Penguin Random House. THERESA RADKA ODDBALL FILMS Director/ Producer/ Writer: Dr. Kenneth Paul Rosenberg. This episode will be available simultaneously with the broadcast on the INDEPENDENT LENS website, PBS.org and the KPBS Video Player for a limited time. Shot over the course of five years, Bedlam takes viewers inside Los Angeles County’s overwhelmed and vastly under-resourced psych ER, a nearby jail warehousing thousands of psychiatric patients, and the homes — and homeless encampments — of people affected by severe mental illness, where silence and shame often worsen the suffering. What can the United States do better in treating people with serious mental illness? ASSOCIATED PRESS #IndieLensPBS.

Performed by Benjamin Hudson and Jürgen Kruse SANTEL MCGINNIS FAMILY CHARITABLE FOUNDATION THROUGH FIDELITY CHARITABLE PEG’S FOUNDATION For those suffering with SMI in Los Angeles, the epicenter of this crisis, their only refuge is the emergency room of the Los Angeles County + USC Medical Center. Want more KPBS news?Find us on Twitter and Facebook, or sign up for our newsletters. Courtesy of Universal Edition AG READ MORE, Managing mental health can be very challenging for some, and having peer support from someone who gets it can go a long way. Rewind paints a vivid but hopeful portrait of a family plagued by a cycle of abuse. Every weekday afternoon, we’ll send you our top TV picks so you can hear about upcoming programs and never miss your favorite shows. THEODORE ISRAEL, JR. and CAUREN CUTLER ISRAEL JOHN SNOOK, Additional Cinematographers

Courtesy of Naxos of America, "#BLMHere" MITCHELL KWAK JOHNSON CHRISTINE NASH HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF PENNSYLVANIA Today, one in five adults – over 40 million Americans – live with a mental illness.
Featuring interviews with experts, activists, individuals living with a mental illness, and their families, the film builds on historical footage and commentary related to mental health, exploring the rise of this issue on a national scale in the mid- and late 20th century. To get to the bottom of the current mental health crisis in the U.S., psychiatrist and documentarian Kenneth Paul Rosenberg, M.D. PETER MILLER HARBOR PICTURE COMPANY, Post-Production Supervisors HEDY TAUB BIJAN SALEHIZADEH Psychiatrist Kenneth Rosenberg visits emergency rooms, jails, and homeless camps, to investigate the national health crisis of mental illness. https://www.pbs.org/independentlens/videos/rewind/, https://www.pbs.org/independentlens/wp/wp-content/uploads/2020/05/OatYOth-asset-mezzanine-16x9-dr4yv1u-480x270.png. SALLY JO FIFER Help bring programs like Independent Lens to your PBS station... America's three largest jails are also its three largest psychiatric treatment facilities. SVERIGES TELEVISION AB PATTY QUILLIN THROUGH THE MEADOW FUND AT THE SILICON VALLEY COMMUNITY FOUNDATION Cinematography: Joan Churchill.

Learn about what's being done to improve access to mental health care in rural areas, with its unique geographic issues. Among those interviewed are Patrisse Cullors, whose brother is featured prominently in the film as he battles his severe mental illness. All rights reserved. Twitter. “I wanted to understand my sister and what she went through every day while living with schizophrenia, but most importantly, I wanted to make a film that acts as a call to action for better treatment of the mentally ill. Our public broadcast on INDEPENDENT LENS is a fitting platform to sound this call to communities all over the U.S.”.
Afghan and Iraqi interpreters risked their lives aiding American troops and are now in danger unless they emigrate. READ MORE. STEPHEN WEBER Producer/ Writer: Peter Miller.