Local parents, students invited to free showing of 'Holden On' film

Suicide is the second-leading cause of death in American teenagers today. That's a scary statistic.

As part of May's Mental Health Awareness month, on Wednesday, May 16th at the James Earl Rudder High School Auditorium in Bryan, award-winning nonprofit Project Unity is sponsoring an important narrative, "Holden On," for the community to see at no charge.

Click here to get your free tickets.

This movie depicts the real-life story of a young man from Atlanta, and factors what drove a young man to have "everything going for him" to take his life.

Click here to be directed to the IAMHOLDEN website for more information about the film.

We see life through Holden's eyes and through the eyes of his best friend Zinte, portrayed by College Station native, actor Steve Ellis--it's powerful and moving in this important film. Tickets are free, but you must register online at www.projectunitytickets.com.

HOLDEN ON Trailer OFFICIAL Drama/Teen/Social Issue from Tamlin on Vimeo.