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Part 1: IEPA red carpet reception. Psychiatry professionals from around the world gathered in Melbourne, Australia to view an international film festival held at the IEPA's 2008 annual scientific meeting. Wiley-Blackwell was on hand to encourage participants to speak about their involvement with the films. See what they had to say about the films, the role films can play in reducing stigma and why films can be effective in the recovery process.

Part 2: Can films be part of recovery? After viewing the IEPA's inaugural film festival on 19 October 2008, Wiley-Blackwell interviewed the film-goers. Join prominent psychiatrists, psychiatric nurses, social workers and community members as they discuss how films can play a part in a patient's recovery process. Listen as they answer the question, 'Do you think it aids in their recovery, to be able to tell a very personal story in such a public forum?'

Part 3: Using films as an educational resource. Wiley-Blackwell attended the IEPA's inaugural film festival to ask attendees about the role films can play in treatment of psychosis. Join the psychiatric community at the film festival as they contemplate the question, 'Do you think that as an education tool for people to learn more about psychosis that these kinds of films are valuable?' Learn how films can help educate not only those with psychotic disorders, but also their families and friends.

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