The Scottish Mental Health Arts Festival returns for its eleventh year with its biggest line-up ever. With over 300 events running in 17 locations across Scotland, it is based around the theme 'reclaim'.

The festival runs from 10 to 31 October.

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Donkeyote
Donkeyote
Manolo and his donkey Gorrión plan a journey.
No Place For A Rebel
No Place For A Rebel
A young man kidnapped as a child by the Lord's Resistance Army and raised to become a military commander tries to adapt to civilian life.
Cloud Nine
Cloud Nine
A documentarian chronicles her struggle with post-natal depression and the isolation she felt as a result.
Becoming Cary Grant
Becoming Cary Grant
The star's own words are used to tell his life story.
Northern Lights
Northern Lights
A teenager deals with bereavement, anxiety and exams in Northern Lights
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