I AM BORDERLINE: Self-Regulation Project *Award winning short film (Possible Trigger)


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Опубликовано: 2 years ago
Award winning short film on borderline personality disorder for June 2016, Art With Impact.
Writer and Director Betsy Usher
Along side with Wright Institute Los Angeles: Self-Regulation Project (http://www.wila.org) created a film to help reduce the stigma of Borderline Personality Disorder. (PossibleTrigger warning****)
http://www.wila.org
Self-RegulationProject.org
#IAMBORDERLINE
For inquiries regarding this film please contact: betsy_usher@yahoo.com


The title I Am Borderline, is based off of a campaign created By Betsy Usher and Wright Institute Los Angeles. The campaign's goal is to help reduce the stigma of BPD by asking individuals who identify with the BPD diagnosis to post pictures of themselves showing all of the other talents, labels, and thoughts about who they are. (Ex: I am a teacher). Being diagnosed with BPD does not mean that is all you are, it is only a label.

Cast:
Jeff D'Agostion
Amanda Gardner
Josh Goldman
Danielle Keaton
Lucy Walsh

Crew:
Director & Writer: Betsy Usher
Cinematographer: Thom Kuo
Editor: Doug Usher
Music: Tommy Dill & Lily and the Lion
Camera assistant/gaffer/colorist: Jared Pecht
Director's Assistant: Dina Goldman
Fixer: Brant Anderson
Marketing Executive: Michele Gomes

In association with Wright Institute Los Angeles
www.wila.org
www.self-regulationproject.org
https://www.facebook.com/SRPatWILA

Film Festivals
Winner: Art With Impact June 2016
Finalist: Women's Only Entertainment Film Festival 2016
Official Selection North Hollywood Cinefest 2017
Official Selection Female Filmmakers Fuse 2017
Official Selection Grand Rapids Film Festival 2017
Official Selection: REEL Recovery Film Festival 2016
Official Selection: Voiceless International Film Festival 2016
Official Selection: Awareness Film Festival 2016
Official Selection: Pictoclik Film Festival 2016
Official Selection: Screen It Film Festival 2016
Official Selection: Blow- Up Chicago Film Festival 2016
Official Selection: The Monkey Bread Tree Film Awards 2016
Focus Piece & Interview: We Are Moving Stories 2016


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This explains borderline perfectly. Thank you

2 months ago

recently accepted im bpd and this was the easiest to show my friends and family to understand me, they do a lot better now, i think, i hope, that's what they say at least. thank you

2 months ago

Emotions suck. Thats why I avoid emotional situations. You have to teach people to keep you out of emotional situations. Like just throw a glad if someone give a hateful comment. Then talk later with them rationally about the topic. Soon they will understand they can't emotionally shock you. They will see you're emotions you can't hide them. They have to stay a bit above you're border to rage. But not go to far so you can't hold you're emotions. They have to be careful and you have to be strong and work to get more resistant to emotions. Call me an ashole I don't care. Call my mum a hoe I won't care cause I learned to stand over it. I learned to handle the stress. I will breathe slowly like I inhale my vaporizer. I trigger/trained my synapses they think that I consume cbd when I breathe deep and slow

2 months ago

I just got into treatment for alcohol, and 2 months in my therapist informed me I have bpd. Just knowing whats been going on forever helped me feel some relief. The dbt therapy is really helping, I can turn that flood off way more often now. That feels different enough to be stressful itself, it is an escape to live on the extreme emotion, I am also feeling that being able to kind of shut it down is like shutting down all the really bad stress from the past. And I can see why others closest to us see us as very self absorbed and mean. Projecting all that emotion on someone else has to feel very uncomfortable. Truth is I try to connect best I can and I know Im a good person, the last thing in the world I want is for everything to be stressed out.

2 months ago

I love how the guy comes back and comforts her.

2 months ago

thats the worst thing that he did for himself :)

2 months ago

He should save himself

2 months ago

#me too😂🤣🤣🤣😂😂😂😂🤣🤣🤣🥳

2 months ago

The one thing I hate the most is doing things and you don’t realize the consueqences

2 months ago

Or even worse, knowing the consequences, yet watch yourself like a movie making these choices, screaming stop inside your head but youre on autopilot.

2 months ago

vxctxria.x.onfroy try thinking about what you do before you do it like a retard

2 months ago

I am an avid #MentalHealthAwareness advocate and performer, and I love this so much. I travel the country trying to bring that awareness on stages, in classrooms, hospitals, and on my YouTube channel, so I get excited when I see other advocates. 💙❤

2 months ago

...this seems tough...

2 months ago

This hits me every time I watch it, I do also have borderline and its a constant hell. This video makes me feel less alone and abandoned, thank you

2 months ago

Spot on .... couldn't have been explained better than that.

3 months ago

❤❤

3 months ago

Thanx

3 months ago

how true!

3 months ago

Watching this hurts cuz I see myself in this video. The deep sense of pain, fear of abandonment, feeling unlovable and worthless. Powerful and beautiful! ❤️

3 months ago

dulcamia same

2 months ago

#iamborderline

3 months ago

Cried*

3 months ago

I'm not diagnosed and I feel like I might be just trying to find some way to excuse why my life is so far from what I want it to be.. yet... reading stuff on what it feels to have bpd.. it's painfully relatable...

3 months ago

I feel. I've been telling people for years but everyone keeps excusing it as my anxiety, my depression. I dont feel normal. Everyone tells me I am but it makes me angry. Deep down ik I do. And I dont wanna sound like one of those emo kids that self diagnose but I've been living this way and it hurts.

2 months ago

wow just wow

3 months ago

😭

3 months ago

Thank you for expressing what I am unable

3 months ago

I cried,

3 months ago

Oh yeah ..that's me .

3 months ago

I cried, then cried seeing other people commenting saying they cried too. When you grow up with other people telling you to be less sensitive, to stop taking things so seriously; when you grow up feeling so guilty because you hurt people even though you don’t want to; when you feel empty and weird and exaggerated and then after years you finally get diagnosed... I don’t know how it is for other people but for me, it’s like taking a breath after a long time of holding it. It’s not my fault, I’m not crazy, I’m not the only one. Yes, the things I’ve done I’ve performed myself but now I can know it wasn’t my fault, I didn’t know. And now I do. Now I know what to move towards to, what to work with. It’s not my fault.

3 months ago

Samesies.

2 months ago

😭 pinche enfermedad es tan agotadora.

3 months ago

This is so true

3 months ago

This is so moving, and as a borderline...it's so accurate. I cried towards the end, because that is exactly how I feel. It's beautifully shot too.

3 months ago

Stella-Rayne Priddy I agree! I honestly love how easily it communicates my feelings definitely will show to my loved ones. Tusen takk!

2 months ago

Stella-Rayne Priddy same here and I have 3 young children I feel very helpless and hopeless

3 months ago

This made me cry. I wish everyone could see this. I’ve had the shittiest day of my life as of now only because I can’t control my ups and downs or my impulsive thoughts... I hate this 😔

3 months ago

Ana Sofía Fischl Gallardo me roooo

2 months ago

would you give me some advice? about dating a girl with bordeline? please

2 months ago

Ana Sofía Fischl Gallardo i understand i have bpd 2

3 months ago

I was a victim of a someone with bordeline disorder. Yes, a felt like a victim. Years trying to understand why she treat me like shit and mins later, like nothing ever happened. Not bothering if we were with our kids or in public places. With time I start believing that she put her self in the center of the univers, and blame me about everything she suffers. She always was "me me me". Maybe if you force yourself to be kind to others, specially people near you, symptoms go away, or reduce at least.

3 months ago

#tears😢😢😢😢

3 months ago

I cried watching this, People out there in the world can actually understand what I'm going through

3 months ago

would you give me some advice? about dating a girl with bordeline?

2 months ago

Elizabeth, find stable persons, avoid toxic family members if needed. Search for a psychologist and join bpd groups. My wife has bpd and she took nothing more, nothing less than 15 years to be correctly diagnosed. Before it was just anxiety and depression, but we both know is not just depression. It is a sufocating desease, the one that makes even hard to breath.
I don't have it, and I have every single inch of my body steady to heal my wife.
We are gonna fucking win this.

3 months ago