If you do only one thing today, watch the video trailer at the top of the page...it just might change your start, your immediate future, OR even your destiny.
Stand with us in the fight against brain disease. After all, the brain is the center of what makes us all human.
YOU can make a difference! Whether generating funding for research through films like ours, or simply by educating yourself and those in your circle of influence about these gripping, debilitating, and often times DEADLY diseases.
A portion of every dollar donated to the making of our picture "Transgression" will be donated directly to the American Brain Foundation.
While PSAV has limited funds available for production, we are funded. Our goal with this campaign is to obtain additional resources so we have the ability to go above and beyond in the overall cinematic presentation - hoping to inspire generous contributions to the American Brain Foundation by way of our film.
YOUR CONTRIBUTION, FINANCIAL OR OTHERWISE IS IMPORTANT AND WILL MAKE A PERMANENT MARK IN THE LIVES OF OTHERS AND THOSE YET TO COME. IF WE CAN CHANGE ONLY ONE LIFE, THEN TOGETHER WE HAVE SUCCEEDED.
Every single one of us is susceptible to the randomness and vulnerability by which brain disease enters our lives. It plagues our family, friends, and loved ones with such brute force by stealing away the quality of life from those whom are stricken.
Our movie "Transgression" has Autism in it's crosshairs. In the 70's, Autism occurred 1 in every 1,000 people. By March of 2012, the occurrence had risen to 1 in every 88 people. Autism in the United States is one of the most rapidly expanding developmental disorders.
While our picture is targeting this single affliction, brain disease takes on many other names: Alzheimers, Parkinsons, Stroke, ALS, Cerebral Palsy, Migrane, Multiple Sclerosis, Epilepsy, Brain Trauma, and countless other menacing forms.
Take a look at some of the many faces around you in which brain disorders affect:
PSAV's debeut film adressing ALS:
This powerful story was told by us just a few short years ago at the 1st annual Neuro Film Festival in Toronto. This picture was awarded the coveted Silver Telly for cinematography. Here is Joe's story:
Non-PSAV produced stories from previous Neuro Film Festivals:
These are everyday stories told by everyday people that brain disease has directly affected:
Hear directly from neurological experts, how they struggle to combat brain disease and share hope: