Filmmaker, physician, Fulbright Scholar and mental health advocate, Delaney Ruston has bee been passionate about giving
presentations to engage audiences on mental health topics around the globe for over a a decade.
Below are some examples of where Delaney has recently been invited to give presentations—sometimes screening Hidden Pictures in full and sometimes using clips from several of her films.
For further information on Delaney’s past presentations with her prior feature documentary, Unlisted: A Story of Schizophrenia, please click here.
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RECENT PRESENTATIONS BY THE FILMMAKER
The launch of Connect 4 Mental Health, Washington DC (Nov. 2013)
TED Talk in Seattle, 5th Avenue Theater, Washington(Nov. 2013)
Rendezvous With Madness Film Festival, Toronto, Canada (Nov. 2013)
CAMH, Canada’s largest mental health teaching hospital, Ground Rounds, Toronto (Nov. 2013)
Fountain House, receiving The Associate Advocate Award, New York (Nov. 2013)
Harvard Medical School and Public Health School, Massachusetts (Oct. 2013)
Harvard Affiliated McLean Hospital, Massachusetts (Oct. 2013)
Basic Needs US and Town of Lexington, Massachusetts (Oct. 2013)
University of Washington Medical Center, Grand Rounds, Washington(Oct. 2013)
American Psychiatry Association, Pennsylvania (Oct. 2013)
The World Health Organization, Geneva – via Skype for post-screening presentation (Oct. 10th, 2013)
The World Health Organization, Geneva- Ruston in person to present a special WHO version of
Hidden Pictures at meeting with several country health ministers in attendance (Oct 7, 2013)
Beth Israel Medical Center, Grand Rounds, New York (Oct. 2013)
London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine – via Skype, London (Oct. 2013)
American Psychiatric Conference, California (May 2013)
Sanskriti School, Delhi, India (May 2013)
Seattle True Independent Film Festival-via Skype, Washington (May 2013)
United Nations, India (May 2013)
US Embassy, India (Apr. 2013)
Royal Society of Medicine – via Skype, London (Mar. 2013)