We All Believe In You


    We All Believe in You started as one woman's portrait photography project, and grew into a mental health organization that saves lives and has hundreds of daily participants in an online community. This is how it happened.

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    We All Believe In You

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    Pitch Video

    "I believe that I have the capacity to change the world, and I believe that everybody has that capacity." - Blake Loates

    Genre: Documentary
    Target Audience: Adults
    Target Length: 20 minutes
    Budget: $50,000

    Created By

    Andrea Beça ,  Alberta


    We All Believe In You (WABIY) started as a photography project in which Blake Loates captured portraits of people with mental health issues. What developed out of that project is an entire community of people sharing their stories and helping each other through mental health issues. It's a safe place for open and honest conversation, vulnerability, and real talk about medications, therapy, and more. Beyond this community, Blake's work with WABIY has led to true systemic change in the mental health field in Edmonton - and she's only just gotten started. Let's keep the conversation going and keep creating change, with the support and love of community. We All Believe In You.


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    We All Believe In You (WABIY)
    A news story about Blake and WABIY
    Filmmaker Andrea Beça's website

    The Team

    Our incredibly talented team has years of experience in filmmaking, and everyone involved in this documentary either has lived experience with mental health issues or has loved someone with mental health issues.

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