The new feature film Welcome to the Men’s Group in association with The Good Men Project presents a film screening/discussion event as part of The Good Men Tour!
Welcome to the Men’s Group
Welcome to the Men’s Group.
A men’s group leader reviews a film about a men’s group.
When men feel that being vulnerable with other men is a worthwhile risk they will begin to experience themselves as “real.” Not “real men.” But real people.
Jeff Jackson shares his take on a movie that is giving us an inspiring view of modern masculinity.
A movie that is poignant, provocative and often hilarious—and has a myriad of implications for the world today.
Welcome to the Men’s Group. A movie that demonstrates the most important element in men supporting men.
Who could have guessed a roll of Wint-O-Green Life Savers could change a child’s life so much?
I identified with them all and felt welcomed to “The Men’s Group.”
And time to make this happen is running out.
Thanking someone, and being thankful isn’t an event. It’s a process.
The film’s problems in its representations of men’s work reflect the problems that men’s work faces from the attitudes of wider society.
Michael Kasdan and Lisa Hickey of GMP hosted a Twitter Chat #WelcomeMen featuring Joseph Culp, film director and actor.
We posed these questions to early reviewers of Welcome to the Men’s Group, here are answers from two of our twitter followers.
I watched Welcome To The Men’s Group last night and was surprised by my wide-ranging emotional reactions.
These filmmakers offer two emerging and inspiring models of fatherhood along with insights into modern masculinity.