IOCDF Community Events Calendar
The Community Events Calendar showcases upcoming in-person and virtual events for all members of the OCD community. Hosting an event of your own? Fill out the online form and get it added to the calendar so local community members can join in!
Learn more about IOCDF-run events, such as our in-person and virtual conferences, the 1 Million Steps 4 OCD Walk to raise awareness and funds, and training opportunities for professionals. All times are local.
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#OCDWeek Film Fest Friday
October 15 at 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm
Tune in for a special #OCDWeek short-film streaming about obsessive-compulsive disorder, followed by a live Q&A with the directors. IOCDF National Advocate Ethan Smith and Filmmaker Gabe Wilson (Clean) will stream films and lead the discussion live on our Twitch, Facebook, and YouTube platforms. RSVP not required. We hope to see you there!
Bengal (2021) An up-and-coming boxer is forced to abandon his promising young career after a public breakdown as a result of his OCD. Now, a couple years later, he is back after earning his spot in a world title fight with undefeated champion, Billy “Wild Child” Tanner. Will he have what it takes to surmount OCD and become champion in the ring—and in life? Filmmaker: Brian Yuran
Sky (2019) A young pianist finds refuge from the tangles of his OCD through music. After meeting a new girl at school, Ben writes a beautiful, free-flowing piano composition. When Ben’s music teacher advises that he play the piece during his audition for a prestigious music conservatory, he begins to obsess over its quality. His increasingly rigid approach to music destroys his only source of relief from mental anguish, and jeopardizes his relationships. Filmmaker: Lance Childers
For Want of a Nail (2018) Meet Marty, a young man dealing with life, loss, and love . . . oh, and he has OCD. As the walls of Marty’s mind begin to close in on him and his “Perfect” day, we realize the subconscious sacrifices he makes to keep his anxiety at bay. Writer: Nicholas Thomson; Director: Lucy Joan Barnes