Pat Summitt – an inspiration to so many


We would like to send our love to the family and extended Lady Vols family of Pat Summitt, the legendary women’s head basketball coach from the University of Tennessee, Knoxville. This family includes the 161 players she mentored and coached throughout her dynamic 38-year career. She remains the all-time winningest Division 1 basketball coach in NCAA history.

Summitt passed away on Tuesday, June 28, after a five-year battle with early onset dementia, Alzheimer’s Type. She was loved and well respected for the battles she fought both on and off the court–all a reflection of her characteristic ferocity, dignity and a true desire to uplift women in sports and beyond.

Read more about Pat:

In love and solidarity with Orlando


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“It takes that one person that you see living their lives that gives you the confidence to truly be who you are.” -Chamique Holdsclaw

In light of all that has happened in over the past month, it is important to acknowledge the people who provide positive examples of love, light, strength and perseverance.

Last week at its 3rd annual Trailblazer Honors event, LOGO paid tribute to the victims of the Pulse shooting in Orlando and honored several champions of equality for the LGBT community–among them, legendary athlete Billie Jean King and actor Harvey Fierstein.

Chamique Holdsclaw was also present at the awards, with her fiance, Cara Wright, who we have enjoyed getting to know.

We are proud of and grateful to Chamique for all that she has accomplished and all that she has shared with us and the rest of the world on her personal journey, as both a mental health advocate and increasingly vocal LGBT rights spokesperson.

Congratulations for being a wonderful role model in so many ways and best wishes to you and Cara for a wonderful life together.

Our thoughts are with Orlando, the LGBT community, and the mental health community. Thank you to the many friends, family members, and mental health professionals taking care of those who are suffering and helping them find their paths to healing.

More on LOGO’s Trailblazer Ceremony:

NBC covers LOGO’s tribute to Orlando victims
LOGO Events




Rick, Metta and Chamique to speak at UCLA

MIndGame UCLA May 18 2016

We are excited to announce our first showing in Los Angeles at UCLA!

Director Rick Goldsmith, LA Lakers player Metta World Peace and WNBA all-star Chamique Holdsclaw will be gathering on Wednesday, May 18th, for a special screening of Mind/Game: The Unquiet Journey of Chamique Holdsclaw.

This event is being held in celebration of Mental Health Awareness month!

Join UCLA students, faculty and staff and DeNeve Auditorium.

5:30-6:00p Reception
6:00p Screening
7:00p Post-Film discussion

Admission is free.

Special thanks to our UCLA sponsors for making it happen: UCLA Residential Life, The Friends of the Semel Institute for Neurosciences & Human Behavior, UCLA Counseling & Psychological Services; and UCLA Athletics




MIND/GAME premieres on national television with LOGO


We are excited to announce our national television premiere, to kick off Mental Health Awareness Month in May!

Logo Documentary Films will launch its 2016 slate with the premiere of “Mind/Game: The Unquiet Journey of Chamique Holdsclaw” on Tuesday, May 3 at 9PM ET/PT.

WATCH our promo here.

Logo TV is a leading entertainment brand inspired by the LGBT community and reflects the creative class across television, digital and social platforms.  Logo is part of MTV’s network of brands including MTV, MTV2,, mtvU, MTV Hits and MTV Jams.

Taj Paxton, Executive Producer of Logo Documentary Films said,  “Chamique has a bravery that goes beyond the basketball court.  Mind/Game not only provides a gripping character study of a female athlete who refuses to give up, but also gives those living with mental illness and their families the inspiration and courage to navigate their own journeys.”

We are excited to share Chamique’s inspiring personal story on a national level and get more people talking about mental health issues in their own families and communities.

Please spread the word to family, friends, on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and all your other favorite social media tools that we’ve never even heard of!

Arrange a viewing party on May 3rd and get your schools, sports teams or local mental health organizations involved!

We hope you’ll tune in and share your thoughts with us on Facebook and Twitter.

Don’t forget the hashtag, #MindGame!

Want to include Chamique? Tweet her at @Chold1
Tell LOGO what you think at @LogoTV

Here’s what some of the press had to say:

The Hollywood Reporter


Reel Screen

Broadway World

For more information about the upcoming 2016 slate from Logo Documentary Films, click here.

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MIND/GAME wins Audience Award at DC Independent Film Festival


Director Rick Goldsmith, Chamique, Alison Malmon of Active Minds and WNBA player Natasha Cloud of the Washington Mystics (Photo by Jose Argueta/Washington Mystics)

Thank you to Executive Director Deirdre Evans-Pritchard and her awesome staff at the Washington D.C. Independent Film Festival for all their hard work on a great festival.  Rick and Chamique had an amazing time meeting basketball fans and mental health advocates alike at a special reception before our DC premiere, held at the Carnegie Institution for Science and co-sponsored by our longtime ally Active Minds, and the WNBA’s Washington Mystics, the team Chamique played on during her first years as a pro.

We were honored to receive the 2016 festival award for “Best Feature Documentary.” Thanks to everyone who came to see us.

For more photos from the festival, click here!



MIND/GAME wins “Best Documentary” and “Audience Favorite” awards at Knoxville Film Festival

In an exciting weekend at the 3rd Annual Knoxville Film Festival, which took place September 17-20, 2015, Mind/Game: The Unquiet Journey of Chamique Holdsclaw was awarded first place in the Documentary Feature category. In addition, audiences voted for Mind/Game as their documentary favorite!

For more information and the listing of all award winners, click here.

The 2015 Awards were announced during a ceremony at the Knoxville Film Festival on Saturday, September 19 and Chamique was present to accept the awards!  Sunday, September 20 featured a re-screening of all festival winners, including Mind/Game. 

A warm congratulations to our fellow films and filmmakers.  Thank you, Knoxville!

MIND/GAME to screen at Out On Film in Atlanta

Out On Film 2015

Mind/Game: The Unquiet Journey of Chamique Holdsclaw premieres in Georgia next month for Out on Film, Atlanta’s LGBTQ Film Festival!

One of the oldest LGBT film festivals in the country, Atlanta’s Out On Film has been dedicated to supporting the exhibition of LGBT film and video art forms for over 25 years.  The festival runs October 1 – 8, 2015 at the Landmark Midtown Art Cinema.

MIND/GAME will be screening on:

Monday, October 5th at 7:00 p.m. 

*Chamique will be in attendance for Tuesday’s Encore Screening!*

Tickets are available here!

MIND/GAME to screen at Knoxville Film Festival

Knoxville Film Festival 2015Mind/Game: The Unquiet Journey of Chamique Holdsclaw returns to Tennessee this fall for the 3rd Annual Knoxville Film Festival!  University of Tennessee Lady Vol fans and the greater Knoxville community are encouraged to come and see Chamique’s story on the big screen on Saturday, September 19 at 3:00 p.m. at the Regal Downtown West Cinema 8.

The festival begins Thursday, September 17 and runs through Sunday, September 20.

Visit the festival website for more information!

Here’s festival Executive Director Keith McDaniel with a sneak peak of the festival on WBIR.

MIND/GAME to screen at The New Parkway Theater

BFF screening

Missed Frameline and the San Francisco Jewish Film Festival?  Join us for another Bay Area screening on Tuesday, September 1st at 7 p.m. at The New Parkway Theater in Oakland, CA.  The film will be followed by a Q & A with director Rick Goldsmith.

This event is part of the Berkeley Film Foundation screening series, which showcases the work of grantees once a month on Tuesday evenings.

Get your tickets today!

$10 Admission

The New Parkway Theater
474 24th St.
Oakland, CA 94612

MIND/GAME wins 2015 SAMHSA Voice Award

2015 Voice Awards

Mind/Game: The Unquiet Journey of Chamique Holdsclaw is the proud recipient of a 2015 SAMHSA Voice Award!  The SAMHSA Voice Awards honor television and film productions that sensitively portray mental health and addiction stories.

The Voice Awards is a program of the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) to improve public attitudes on behavioral health and encourage individuals and families to seek behavioral health treatment and services when needed.  This year, the Awards will spotlight the impact that the tragedy of suicide has on individuals, families, and communities.  It also will address what each of us can do to connect those in need to the information, services, and supports that could save lives.

The event is co-sponsored by the Writers Guild of America West, SAG-AFTRA, the Producers Guild of America, the Directors Guild of America, the National Association of Broadcasters, the Creative Coalition and the Caucus for Producers, Writers and Directors, among other national organizations.

Join us for the 10th annual event in Los Angeles on Wednesday, August 12, 2015, hosted by “Grey’s Anatomy” star Chandra Wilson to celebrate other great champions of mental and behavioral health!

Free registration here by Friday, August 7, 2015: