A psychotherapist struggling with climate anxiety explores what it means to live in a dying world.

A 7 minute, stop-motion/mixed media animated documentary.
I was the director and editor on this project.
Edu-distribution by McInTyre Media in Canada.
Community screenings with Wild & Scenic Film Festival across the USA.
Awards:
Szabo Award - Wild & Scenic Film Festival
Best Student Film - American Conservation Film Festival
Global Shorts: Jury Award for Unique Storytelling - SCAD Savannah
Impact Award - Get Reel Mental Health Film Festival
Best Cinematography - Climate Future Film Festival
Film Forward Award - Eye2Eye International Film Festival
Best Student Film - Durham Region International Film Festival
Creative Excellence Award - Kitchener Waterloo Film Festival
PRESS/REVIEWS
TRAILER
"Feeling The Apocalypse has been a wonderful educational tool for my work in higher education sustainability. From students to professional staff, it has strong resonance with people passionate about environmental issues, and sparks deep and genuine discussion about navigating climate anxiety and eco-grief. I believe FTA has a place in every classroom syllabus focusing on environmentalism and social change."
Jed Terrence Lee, Wellness and Environmental Justice Community Engagement Manager, University of California, Berkeley


"Anderson's commentary addressed real mental health issues and it also offered suggestions as to how to cope [...] We feel this will be validating and useful for many in our audience. "
Hilary Lo, American Conservation Film Festival


"Feeling the Apocalypse, among the 14 Official Selections, speaks most eloquently to the Festival's purpose and theme of our interior response to a possibly grim future."
Jim Stahl, Climate Future Film Festival

"The upshot: If you’re experiencing climate grief or anxiety, you’re decidedly not alone.”
Yale Climate Connections

"I was blown away."
Amanda Halsey, California Trail Interpretive Center

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