October 10 is World Mental Health Day and globally recognized filmmaker and award-winning healthcare advocate Patrick James Lynch will be unveiling his new documentary called “Let’s Talk” regarding hemophilia and mental health. Patrick’s work is deeply inspired and driven by his personal experience with hemophilia including his brother’s passing due the disease.
On World Mental Health Day (Oct 10 at 7 p.m. ET) Patrick together with Global Genes, The Mighty, Courageous Parents Network, Sanofi Genzyme, and others with shared experiences, will host a Facebook Live watch party of the full documentary followed by a live Q&A session to publicly premier the film.
Patrick’s passion to help those impacted by hemophilia and other chronic illnesses has led him to a myriad of projects, including several feature-length documentaries.
His most recent production is a documentary called Let’s Talk, which features five people living with a bleeding disorder who open their hearts to talk about the impact of the chronic condition on their mental health. In the41-minute film, Bobby, Esther, Chris, Keira and Ivan share their experiences to reduce the stigma, start much needed conversations, and to help others learn about and access resources.