Participate in the Impact Campaign

Documentary film is one of the most powerful tools to galvanize social change. Our impact campaign has kicked off with the goal to stimulate conversations surrounding mental health in immigrant communities and advocate for more culturally sensitive and relevant education and treatment. 

We plan to accomplish this by engaging with mental health organizations, immigrant support networks, refugee settlement agencies, and international student bodies to put on film screenings paired with facilitated discussions with experts. 

The impact campaign is produced by Story Money Impact and funded by Inspirit Foundation and Canadian Mental Health Association BC.

If you would like to host a screening or organize an event, please follow this link to complete a Request Form.

If you have any questions or suggestions for the campaign, please contact us:

Anthony Swan (impact producer)

Ying Wang (director, producer)

Here are the recordings of the panel discussions from our past screenings:

SFU David Lam Centre & Story Money Impact 2022
CMHA BC & Story Money Impact 2022
University Settlement 2021
University Settlement 2021
ReelAbilities Toronto 2021
ReelAbilities New York 2021
Seattle Asian American Film Festival 2021
CharityVillage 2021
Good Pitch Vancouver Virtual 2020
Rendezvous with Madness Festival 2020
23rd Local Sightings Film Festival 2020
20th Silver Wave Film Festival 2020
Vancouver International Film Festival 2019
Vancouver International Film Festival 2019
Vancouver International Film Festival 2019

Story Money Impact (SMI) Film Society

SMI is a Canadian not-for-profit BC society that uplifts the work of independent media-makers by connecting them with allies and audiences to enable positive change. SMI believes that when supported by aligned partnerships, issue-based media can reach key constituents to build empathy and action towards social and environmental well-being.

Currently, they have 10 alumni film projects with deep strategy, research and relationship work completed. SMI has developed community relationships with over 250 organizations and individuals from across civil society, igniting 442 partnerships since 2018.