GCS to Host Screening of "Angst" Documentary

Angst has been featured in several major film festivals, morning television programs and print publications. The goal of Angst is “to help people identify and understand the symptoms of anxiety and encourage them to reach out for help. The film and corresponding materials provide tools, resources and above all, hope.” The film includes a special interview with Olympian and mental health advocate Michael Phelps. You can find a trailer, select scenes and additional information about the film at its website, angstmovie.com.

We believe this is an important opportunity for our Middle and Upper School families, so all GCS Middle and Upper School students and faculty will be viewing the film in school on either Monday, January 13 or Tuesday, January 14. We encourage parents to bring along any family or friends they think would be interested to our evening screening on Tuesday, January 14.

GCS parents and their guests have priority registration from December 2–8. On December 9, registration will open to the general public. Please register here.

If you have questions, please call Brandon Neblett, Upper School Head, at 410-531-5775 or by email at bneblett@glenelg.org.
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