Mind/Game to screen at the San Francisco Jewish Film Festival

Join us at SFJFF!A great summer continues with Mind/Game: The Unquiet Journey of Chamique Holdsclaw at the 35th Annual San Francisco Jewish Film Festival (SFJFF)!  SFJFF has screened over 1500 films since its inception in 1980, continually dedicated to presenting narratives, documentaries, live programs and social events that reflect a global approach and full-time dedication to Jewish life and culture.  We are happy to be included in the program in the spirit of “tikkun olam,” the Jewish concept of repairing the world through one’s actions.

Mark your calendars for three special Mind/Game events at SFJFF:

  • FREE “Take Action” film panel featuring Rick Goldsmith and other talented filmmakers as they discuss how they have taken a stand through their films.  Join the conversation on Friday, July 31st at 12 p.m. at the historic Castro Theatre in San Francisco
  • MIND/GAME SCREENING on Friday, July 31st at 8:55 p.m. at the Castro Theatre in San Francisco
  • MIND/GAME SCREENING on Saturday, August 1st at 8:55 p.m. at the California Theater in Berkeley

Get your tickets for the two screenings here!

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Chamique featured in Sports Illustrated’s “Where Are They Now?”

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Sports Illustrated’s Andrew Lawrence brings readers up to speed on Chamique’s life since her 2012 incident with the law and her diagnosis of bipolar II disorder in 2013. Lawrence writes that Chamique hopes to make mental health issues “the cornerstone of her non-profit organization that will focus on building mental health wellness programs and expand her audience beyond the faith-based groups in the southeast with whom she frequently visits.”

Read the full article here!

 

SLAM Magazine catches up with Chamique and Mind/Game

SLAM Cover SLAM Magazine featured Chamique in October 1998 when she was a senior at the University of Tennessee, soon to be picked number one overall in the WNBA draft the next year. Chamique was the first female to grace their cover and remains the ONLY female to have had the privilege. Check out this great article by Adam Fleischer about her journey since her rise to stardom and what she’s working on now, including the production of Mind/Game. Go Chamique!