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Boys and Men Healing Screenings, Panel Discussions, Campus Outreach and Trainings



Boys and Men Healing Outreach Screenings and

Panel Discussions.

Big Voice Pictures’ documentary, Boys and Men Healing has been screened worldwide with panel discussion at hundreds of leading child abuse prevention and family violence conferences, organizations and universities including several screenings at Penn State University during Jerry Sandusky’s sex abuse trial.  The Department of Justice, the Office of Violence Against Women hosted a screening of excerpts of Boys and Men Healing with a panel discussion for a special event.  The film is also utilized for leading trainings, screening events designed to empower survivors, and for campus events (see below). We are frequently hired to speak at leading conferences,  universities and military bases.



Are you a university, organization or crisis center? We invite you to host a screening of these two films which are powerful films for educating and raising awareness. Boys and Men Healing has been screened with panel discussions in hundreds of venues internationally. In order to Host a Screening for your organization, community or university event, Big Voice Pictures requires   the purchase of a standard Public Viewing License for a fee of $99. This includes a one time community or university screening and a free SCREENING KIT including posters, press releases, and a screening planning guide. If you’re an individual who wants to organize a screening, we require you work with a crisis center or organization in your community, or contact us for special circumstances.  To HOST A SCREENING, purchase a Public Viewing License visit our STORE.  

I just watched the video and I am speechless.  It is extremely well done, and especially pertinent today as we learn of the travesties unfolding at Penn State, and begin recognizing the extent of this form of abuse and its long-term consequences.  It is important to continue spreading the word.  

Angela M. Moe, Ph.D.

Department of Sociology, Western Michigan University

The Boston viewing was an excellent success and set a positive tone for the entire  well attended conference. The truly engaged audience was able to see real MEN sexually abused as children and NOT AFRAID TO SAY SO! The documentary is an empowering tool now activating our community and instigating positive change in the world, through better awareness and support for Boys & Men CSA survivors to heal.

Debbie Chambers, DC Empowering Children

Boys and Men Healing Campus Outreach and Trainings:

Big Voice Pictures team provides motivational training events and screenings for leading organizations and the military. These events focus on the power of film and story for advocacy and social transformation. We utilize Boys and Men Healing film as a model illustrating how the healing process for male survivors of sexual abuse is a Hero’s Journey. For more information and to schedule a training or hire Big Voice Pictures, please email

We’ve also partnered with key organizations utilizing Boys and Men Healing for trainings, and to bring hope to your communities.

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Big Voice Pictures partners with 1in6, Inc. to provides 90– or 120-minute breakout workshops in collaboration with Big Voice Pictures and screenings of Boys and Men Healing and an education rich discussion following.  The mission of 1in6 is to help men who have had unwanted or abusive sexual experiences in childhood live healthier, happier lives. Their mission also includes serving family members, friends, and partners by providing information and support resources on the web and in the community. For more information about these events, visit 1in6’s Trainings, Screenings and Discussions or please email: Steve Lepore at 1in6, Inc  also continues to utilize Boys and Men Healing for CAMPUS OUTREACH.  For a campus screening with 1in6, Inc. visit Campus Outreach information, or email Martha Lucia Marin at martha(at)

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For Canadian trainings and screenings, we partner with The Men’s Project in Ottawa.  The Men’s Project is a non-profit charitable men’s counseling agency that has been providing services to men and their families since 1997. They also provide individual and couple counseling, as well as a specialized healing program for men who have experienced sexual or physical abuse as children, anger management, emotional intelligence and fathering. For more information email


Additionally, we collaborate with,  a not-for-profit organization dedicated to overcoming sexual victimization of boys and men. MaleSurvivor screens Boys and Men Healing throughout the country as a part of their Dare to Dream Events and panel discussions.  Dare to Dream, a free event open to the public, is intended for male survivors of sexual abuse/assault and their loved ones-supportive partners, friends, or family members, and mental health professionals. The events offer a message of hope and healing for abuse survivors, helping male survivors lift the veil of secrecy and shame from their experience. The program features Boys and Men Healing, and facilitated panel discussions with leaders in the field. For more information on bringing a Dare to Dream screening to your community, contact Kathy Barbini at or Trisha Massa at

SAMPLE SCREENINGS and Panel Discussions 2010-2014

  • Penn State University (3 screenings)
  • Harvard University
  • Brown University
  • Ohio University
  • Princeton University
  • University of Michigan
  • Attorney General Eric Holder and the U.S. Department of
  • Justices Office on Violence Against Women
  • National Sexual Assault Conference
  • Co-Exist Initiative Africa
  • National Meeting/State and Territorial Sexual Assault Coalitions
  • Florida Council Against Sexual Assault/Sexual Violence Training Summit
  • Men’s Project, Canadian Premiere
  • Texas Coalition Against Sexual Assault
  • International MaleSurvivor Conference
  • Survivors Network of those Abused by Priests
  • Institute on Violence, Abuse and Trauma International Conference
  • National Child Protection Training Center
  • End Violence Against Women International
  • Alaska Coalition Against Sexual Assault
  • Indiana Coalition Against Sexual Assault
  • Wyoming Coalition Against Domestic Violence andSexual Assault/Wyoming Office of the AttorneyGeneral Division of Victim Services
  • Oregon Coalition Against Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault
  • Washington Coalition Against Sexual Assault
  • Oklahoma Coalition Against Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault
  • DC Rape Crisis Center
  • Cleveland Rape Crisis Center
  • Kawartha Rape Crisis Center, Ontario
  • Columbia University
  • Hood College
  • University of Delaware
  • Men’s Anti-Violence Council
  • International Conference on Violence, Abuse and Trauma
  • Washington Coalition Against Sexual Assault Statewide Conference
  • Oklahoma Coalition Against Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Statewide Conference
  • Invisible Boys and Men: A West Yorkshire Conference