The Common Thread – Coast

The second episode in The Common Thread series, ‘Coast’ dives deep into the experience of inner struggle, hearing heartfelt stories from people riding the waves of their mental health challenges, and how connection and self-love can bring us back to…

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The second episode in The Common Thread series, ‘Coast’ dives deep into the experience of inner struggle, hearing heartfelt stories from people riding the waves of their mental health challenges, and how connection and self-love can bring us back to the surface. “Being a young man, to show emotion is to come across as being weak, and I think that’s so wrong.” – Otis, Indigenous artist and professional surfer.

The Common Thread is a 6 x 5-8min video series in which Australians from all walks of life share their journeys with mental health, and tell us about the tools and tactics that have supported their recovery. Episode 3 is called ‘Country’ and drops next Tuesday July 23.

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CREDITS

Director/ Producer/ Writer/ Editor – Darius Devas

Co-Producers – Will Harvey-Jones & Adam Farrington-Williams

Director of Photography & Colourist – Caleb Graham

Camera Operators – Caleb Graham & Darius Devas

Digital Producer/ Publicist – David Elliot-Jones

Sound Recordist – Steve Nossiter

Sound Mixer – Brad Klenk

Assembly Editor – Linda Nossiter

Music – Gabriella Cohen

Indigenous Consultant – Valda Bokmakarray

Legals – Stephen Boyle

Accounts – Nagle Accounting

Additional Footage – Will Harvey-Jones

Thankyou – headspace, Centre for Rural and Remote Mental Health, SANE Australia, Asylum Seeker Resource Centre, Bi-Polar Australia, Screenworks, Michael Eather, Grace Eather, Noni Eather, Luka Lesson, Coralie Tapper, Tim Parish, Geraldine Devas, Tricia Shantz, Amy Essery, Amelia Chambers, Judit Yolanda, Matthew Loft, Elizabeth Devas, Taylor Miller, Kimberley Galceran, Ken Crouch, Oliver Nicholson.

Principal Funding from SCREEN AUSTRALIA

Major Partners – headspace & Centre for Rural and Remote Mental Health

Fundraising Partner – Documentary Australia Foundation

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