FILM SCREENING AND DISCUSSION
Normalized: Conversations Beyond the Norm
The New York Times
Thu, Feb 23, 2023 at 6:00 PM EST
2 hrs 30 mins
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Hybrid Event
In-person tickets also include virtual Event access.

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Aminah West
Business
Jason Rosario
Causes & Social Change
CJ Penny
Producer


Singula Institute is proud to announce our first major social impact event of the year, Normalized: Conversations Beyond the Norm

Please join us, in collaboration with The Rodham Institute, The Boris Lawrence Henson Foundation, NAMI NYC, and NAMI Maryland for an engaging evening watching the award-winning short film Normalized. The film will be screened for our live audience at the New York Times Building (620 8th Ave) in NYC, and will be followed by a live panel discussion around social perceptions of mental health and what it means to be ‘normal’ in America today. The film and panel discussion will also be livestreamed to all virtual participants here on the Gathr platform.

A cocktail reception will follow on-site for live attendees to mix and mingle with creatives, mental health innovators, community health leaders, allies, and more.

This event is free and open to the public, with donations gladly being accepted. Donors of $100 or more will have VIP access to pre-event cocktails and hors d'oeuvres starting at 5:30pm. 

If you are certain to join us for the live event, please select that ticket option so that we can count you in for our limited seating. All in-person attendees are required to have a government issued ID and proof of COVID-19 vaccination in order to enter the venue. 

If you are unable to attend in-person, please select the virtual ticket option!

We hope you can join us, whether in person or online, for what will be a truly impactful evening!  

 


Film Details
Title Normalized
Release 2021
Runtime 23 min
Rating NR
Genre Mental Health
Director Ziad Foty
Origin United States
Language English

FAQ
Can I bring children to this event?
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Due to the graphic content in parts of the film, this event is recommended for ages 18+.
Do I need to bring any form of identification?
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Yes. Please bring a government issued ID and proof of COVID-19 vaccination. You will need both to enter the building.
How long is the film?
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The film will be approximately 20 minutes in duration. The film screening will be followed by a 1-hour panel discussion and 45 minute cocktail reception for in-person guests.
Can I take photos or videos during the event?
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Yes. Photos and videos are allowed, however please refrain from using flash.
Is there a dress code for the event?
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The dress code is business casual attire.
If I want to donate to Singula Institute, how can I donate?
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When you reserve a ticket for this event, you will also be provided with an option to donate to Singula Institute. Ticket holders who make financial donations of $100 or more to Singula Institute will also have access to hors d'oeuvres & cocktails prior to the film screening, from 5:30pm to 6:00pm.
How will Singula Institute use the proceeds from any donations?
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Singula Institute will use any donations to offset the cost of this event and create more programming like this to combat mental health stigma. Additionally, Singula is deploying an innovative clinical care program which requires your support to make it accessible to as many as possible. Please go to https://singulainstitute.org/ to learn more.
Can I register for and buy a ticket at the event?
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This depends if there are any remaining seats on the day of the event. Please check the event registration page to see if in-person tickets are still being offered and be sure to reserve one before coming to the venue.
Will there be food available?
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Yes. Hors d'oeuvres & cocktails will be available during the cocktail reception after the film screening and panel discussion. Ticket holders who make financial donations of $100 or more to Singula Institute will also have access to hors d'oeuvres & cocktails prior to the film screening, from 5:30pm to 6:00pm.
What are the parking arrangements and directions to the venue?
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There is no parking available at the venue. However, there are parking garages in the area. To look for parking, you can use https://parking.com/nyc/ and type in the venue address: 620 8th Ave. If you choose to take public transportation to the venue, the following subway stops are closest: -Time Square- 42nd Street on the 1, 2, 3, 7, A, C, E, N, Q, R, or W train, or the S service from Grand Central- 42nd Street -42nd Street/5th Ave- Bryant Park on the 7, B, D, F, or M train
Is the venue ADA accessible?
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Yes.
How do I attend the virtual event?
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The virtual event will be streamed directly through Gathr. There is a link to access the virtual streaming in your ticket.

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