Phenomenal Women is a series of films and events curated by the Scottish Documentary Institute celebrating women making documentaries addressing topical issues.
Manic Street Creature, a powerful new theatre show by Lancashire-born singer-songwriter Maimuna Memon, has won the 2022 Mental Health Fringe Award at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe.
The Scottish Mental Health Arts Festival has now officially closed for 2022. It has been an amazing three weeks and we would like to say a huge thank you to everyone who contributed this year. It meant a lot to be able to gather together again in person and welcome our festival community back to […]
Acclaimed author Catherine Simpson will host the SMHAF Writing Awards, held in partnership with Bipolar Scotland.
Caroline Horton, writer and performer of All Of Me, spoke to SMHAF ahead of the show coming to the Tron Theatre in Glasgow from 19-21 May.
Uncle director Michelle Jones spoke to us ahead of its screening at SMHAF 2022 in our Who Cares? programme.
Too Rough was announced as the winner of the Grand Jury Prize at the Scottish Mental Health Arts Festival’s International Film Awards.
Sean Lìonadh, director of Too Rough, spoke to us ahead of its screening at the Scottish Mental Health Arts Festival.
Kathryn Joseph, Adura Onashile and Laura Cameron-Lewis create SMHAF tribute to the late Beldina Odenyo Onassis (Heir of the Cursed)
Kathryn Joseph’s version of A Way From Rage will premiere at Gathering on Wednesday 4 May.
One Mississippi writer Mariem Omari reflects on the show’s five-year journey.