Don't Change The Subject A dark, funny, uplifting documentary about surviving suicide
   Premiere: October 13, 2012

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"Offending people is a necessary and healthy act.  Every time you say something that's offensive to another person you just caused a discussion.  You just forced them to have to think." Louis C.K.

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On October 4th through the 7th, dancers, actors, comics and performance artists from around the country are coming to Venice, California to celebrate the Day of the Living Festival sponsored by our movie Don't Change the Subject.  It will be fun and amazing. 

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Also we are thrilled to have screenings coming up at Montcalm Community College (Sept 5th), Ohio Dominican University (Sept. 5th) Tidewater Community College (Sept 11th) and 8 different Northern Virginia Community Colleges beginning on September 13th.  So many more right after that.  We can't tell you how happy we are that you are sharing our film with your students.  Thanks so much!

Benefit for Didi Hirsch Suicide Prevention Center
October 13, 2012 - Los Angeles, CA
@ Downtown Independent

Donít Change the Subject is a darkly comic look at what happens when one man dares to ask questions about the dirtiest word in any language Ė suicide.  Director Mike Stutz investigates his momís suicide by opening up a conversation with his family that they never had when he was a kid.  Then he recruits a band of writers, artists, dancers, comics, punk clowns (yes there are punk clowns) and suicide survivors to put their own unique stamp on the conversation.  Teenagers dance to autopsy reports.  A jumper gives tips on how to come out of a coma. A comic discovers that suicide can actually be funny. Also dozens of amazingly honest and incredible people open up about their lives in ways that you'd never expect. Oh and there's animation, a suicide band, and parties for dead people.

 © Copyright 2012 Hoffenrich Productions, Inc.
Contact us about Don't Change The Subject ... mikestutz (at) dontchangethesubject (dot) org

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