“I think that Wong Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest would be a great tool for other organizations to spread awareness around mental health disparities and reduce stigma around depression.”

-Pin-Yi Ko -Co-Chair APAMSA Medical Conference at Stanford University


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  • Reduce stigma surrounding depression and suicide.
  • Provide a “safe space” to promote discussion about a difficult topic.
  • Provide outreach programming for campus counseling and
            psychological services (CAPS).
  • Educate and entertain your class/group.
  • Add diversity and multicultural dialogue to your curriculum.
  • Provide enlightening entertainment options for your professional
Click here to find out how to present Cuckoo’s Nest
Click here to see how to use this movie in an educational setting.
Click here to hear Kristina explain an unexpected use for the show.

We encourage campuses to co-present this film with their campus counselling and psychological services (CAPS).  We’ve found that this screening program provides an excellent ways for CAPS departments to do campus outreach about their services.  It also gives mental health counselors an opportunity to initiate frank and open post-screening discussion.

This movie is appropriate for: High School juniors and seniors (with discussion), college undergraduate and graduate students. This show has been taught as part of the following curriculum: Psychology, Theater, Asian American Studies, Ethnic Studies, Women’s Studies, Social Welfare, Sociology, American Studies, and Creative Writing.

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Ask us about how Kristina Wong can come to your screening and participate in a Q&A or lead workshops for your group! Click here for a list of universities, conferences and charity events where Cuckoo’s Nest has been screened/presented.

Click here to find out if your university already owns a copy of the Educational DVD.

This film is available in multiple screening formats to accommodate all theater sizes.

Each educational edition of this DVD comes with: a comprehensive discussion guide, suggested reading list and an interview with Kristina Wong by the Utne Reader.  DVDs with english subtitles for the hearing impaired are available by special request.  

Total running time: 80 minutes    Multi-use rate for educational institutions:
  • Institutions (Colleges/ Universities): $150
  • Download with Educational Use License: $150
Click here for theatrical screening rates. Reduced rates for Grass Roots Groups and underfunded organizations. Please inquire here.
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