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Vicarious Resilience
Directed by
Eva Tenuto

USA / 2018 / 35

World Premiere

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The documentary follows three Hudson Valley residents over the course of a 10-week TMI Project storytelling workshop presented at The Mental Health Association in Ulster County (MHA). In this workshop, the participants face mental illness, childhood neglect and addiction head-on; and, ultimately, share deeply personal stories about love, loss and triumph.
EVA TENUTO is the co-founder and executive director of TMI Project. She studied acting at American Academy of Dramatic Arts and went on to found The Women’s Experimental Theater Group. In the last seven years Eva has brought TMI Project from her living room to a host of performance spaces, high schools, colleges, detention centers, mental health facilities and the United Nations. Eva is the editor and director of multiple solo shows, one of which was awarded Best Comedic Script of 2014 in the Untied Solo Festival. Eva’s own true stories have been published in numerous anthologies.
Cast/Featuring: Morris Bassik, Barbara Stemke, Hayley Downs
Executive Producer(s): Ellen Pendegar, Eva Tenuto
Producer(s): Chris Rahm, Kashka Glowacka, Devin Pickering, Julie Novak
Director(s): Eva Tenuto
Screenwriter(s): Kashka Glowacka, Eva Tenuto
Cinematographer(s): Devin Pickering
Editor(s): Chris Rahm
Composer(s)/Music: Benjamin Horn


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