Good Will Hunting is one of my all-time favorite films. It's packed with potent quotables, wisdom, meaningful relationships, and stand-alone pedagogical scenes. Perhaps one that has continued to resonate with me as I've traversed the ineffable world of mental illness is the following scene in which Will explains his position on taking undeserved abuse: WILL: … Continue reading I Used To Go With The Wrench
CHANGE BUT THE NAME is honored to release it's first pilot episode of the INTERVIEWS series. Hosts John Ward, CPS and Randi Fellows, CPS sit down with high school student and film guru Olivia Smith, who at eighteen years old willingly opens herself up about her Bipolar diagnosis, attempted suicide, her self-awareness of her attraction to dark and disturbing films, and how it all ties together with her evolving and exceptionally lucid understanding of mental health.
A repost of a favorite original music/movie mashup featuring Charlie Chaplin's ending monologue from The Great Dictator, original music with a classic motif, and random clips from The Sandlot - because, reasons!
A "teaser" from PA CPS and CBTN Host John Ward's failed indie film circa 2011.