The Angst Project is an effort to creatively stimulate conversation among friends around anxiety, depression, hope, and love.
Our goal is to build a library of short stories, each about 3 to 7 minutes long, that show (in first person) individuals experiences of anxiety, depression, hope, and love. These short stories will attempt to raise questions and provide possible resources for help.
The short stories will be posted on the website. When we get enough short stories, and if we raise enough funds (100K minimum), we will further develop the short stories into a full-length documentary similar to Normie, ASK, and Compelling Love.
For more information, please contact Kurt Neale at firstname.lastname@example.org
In a culture polarized by strong and often differing opinions, how can we connect with those with differing beliefs, values and lifestyles? Over the course of a year we traveled the country, posing this question to scores of people with different sexual orientations and gender identities.
Compelling Love & Sexual Identity is the result of their answers: a thought-provoking and moving feature-length documentary film that captures their personal stories and candid responses.
Compelling Love is currently free to watch on the Compelling Love Website, YouTube, or you can click the play button in this section to play it right here in the website!
Here are some updates on news and upcoming events for this film. If you'd like to stay up to date, you can also join our community and join in on discussions as well!
If you would like to donate to our efforts regarding this particular film, feel free to use the form here. Funds will be used toward any current and remaining production costs for the film and related resources. Please note that once costs for a project are fulfilled, donations will go toward our general fund for operations and future projects.
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