Directors Corbin Coleman & Charles Crouch

Directors of I'm Good Bro...

FROM THE DIRECTORS: 4C Visuals Group is the brainchild of two men: Corbin Coleman, and Charles Crouch, who met 5 years ago in corporate America. After several years, the two decided to embark on their own venture, and tap into the God given entrepreneurial spirit that both men had in common.
Started in September 2017, 4C Visuals Group is a brand consisting of: a web series, documentary films, forums, round-table discussions addressing pertinent issues in society, and also the black community in general.

Congratulations to 4C Visuals Group and directors, Corbin Coleman, Charles Crouch of I’m Good Bro: Unmasking Black Male Depression.

As the winners of the 2021 Community Impact Award, this documentary was chosen for its relevance, authenticity, merit, and deliberation.

The DEFF Community Impact Film Series is an integral part of our mission to serve our region. Films selected for this award catalyze much-needed discussion among community members that we hope will continue. The DEFF Community Impact Series features films to promote cultural literacy and deeper community engagement around our everyday concerns. This year’s focus will be on mental health: depression, collective and individual trauma. We hope that dismantling some of the stigmas that hinder treatment will be a benefit of this screening event.

After the screening, panelists will answer questions and offer their individual perspectives of crucial elements of the films related to mental health issues presented. The event will include a Director’s Q &A, Based on their expertise an expert panel will examine root causes, current conditions, and paths to wellness. Attendees will be invited into the discussion. The event will begin and end with entertainment, and refreshments.

This event will be streamed live and offered as a limited face-to-face event. Concerned parents, teachers, mental health providers, and community leaders are encouraged to attend. Due to limited seating, reservations are required and should be made well-in-advance for us to provide adequate accommodations. Online participants will be able to join the conversation by voicing their concerns via questions and comments. Doors open at 5:30 PM and the program begins at 6 PM on Friday, November 19, 2021

If you are an interested party, now is your time to make a difference. Reserve your seat today.

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