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In observance of National Suicide Prevention Month, LIFELINE is now playing - free of charge - at www.watchlifeline.video/free.

Written and directed by L. Marcus Williams, and inspired by his own experience as a crisis hotline operator and a survivor of attempted suicide, LIFELINE is a loving tribute to the people who fight for us and to the survivor in all of us.



A big, special thanks to the people at Film Industry Network for writing up a story on LIFELINE. You can read it here.



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IN DEVELOPMENT: A new web series based on LIFELINE, the award-winning short film by L. Marcus Williams. Inspired by his own experience as a crisis hotline operator, the series will give an intense, yet intimate account into what it's like to be a telephone counselor to people at risk for suicide.


For more information, please stay on the line...



Two years ago today, LIFELINE premiered at the Brooklyn College Film Festival! Since then, the film has played at a couple of film festivals, won a few awards, and gotten some good reviews... But none of it compares to the messages we've received from people all over the world who have experienced suicide, and who were reminded by our story that they are not alone, and that life is worth fighting for.

We thank you for all your love and support. Take care, be safe, and stay strong.



ONLINE SCREENING EVENT: In observance of Mental Health Awareness Month, the Artists Forum will be hosting a live virtual screening of LIFELINE this Friday, May 22, at 8:00 PM. It will be followed by an exclusive interview with filmmaker L. Marcus Williams and psychotherapist Jennifer Rosvally.

Tickets are free. Register now at www.watchlifeline.video/online.




In observance of Mental Health Awareness Month, LIFELINE is now available - free of charge and for a limited time only - at www.watchlifeline.video/free.



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A Fly on the 4th Wall is proud to announce that ShortsTV, the "HBO of short films,"  has selected LIFELINE as their "Movie of the Week!" It will have its television premiere this Saturday, January 25, at 8:00 PM.

To find out if you have ShortsTV, and to check for local showtimes, click here.