Upcoming screenings

Previous screenings

2011 New York City International Survivors of Suicide Day
Unspeakable: Film Viewing and Discussion
New York, NY, November 2011

New York State Psychological Association 74th Annual Convention

Unspeakable: Film Viewing and Discussion
New York, NY, June 2010

American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry 57th Annual Meeting
Uspeakable: Film Screening and Discussion about Parental Depression and Suicide and Its Impact on Teenage and Young Adult Development
New York, NY, October 2010

Out of the Darkness Community Walk
Erie, PA, September, 2010

American Psychiatric Association 163rd Annual Meeting
Voicing Unspeakable: Reflections On, and Discussion About, Overcoming Loss by Suicide
New Orleans, LA, May, 2010

American Association of Suicidology 43rd Annual Conference

Viewing Unspeakable: A documentary perspective on suicide and the family - 90-Minute Workshop
Orlando, FL, April, 2010

St. Mary's College of Maryland
St. Mary's City, MD, December 8, 2009

Crandell Public Library Film & Video Festival

Downstate Film Forum
Brooklyn, NY, September 11, 2009


Cinewomen on Screen - a NYWIFT series (New York Women in Film & TV) May 27, 2009
Unspeakable invited to Syria
Unspeakable was shown in Damascus, Syria, as an Official Selection of DOX BOX 09, a festival of creative documentary films.
“We show films from around the world that focus on the human experience creatively and with cinematographic standards.” - DOX BOX http://www.dox-box.org/site/index.php?page=show&ex=2&dir=docs&ex=2&ser=1〈=2&cat=76

Unspeakable in the news
The suicide rate among doctors is twice the rate of other professions. Unspeakable tells the family's side of a doctor's suicide.
Interview with Sally Heckel, maker of Unspeakable, and Dr. Eric Caine, Chair of the Department of Psychiatry at the University of Rochester Medical Center, about suicide among physicians on R News:

Story in Newsweek by David Noonan about high incidence of suicide among physicians:
Unspeakable wins
Unspeakable won a Grand Jury Award - The American Falls Award for Best Western New York Film - at the 2008 Buffalo Niagara Film Festival.
Article about Sally Heckel in The Brighton Pittsford Post: