We have a rare opportunity for the departments spanning all over UGA to experience and participate in a collaborative educational feature film project. Having professors from Grady and Franklin overseeing the film production and taking on key position and an experienced MFA Performance Cohort in lead roles, this film can be a learning experience for both undergraduate and graduate students. The script, inspired by classic plays, addresses cultural explorations of marginalized communities, sexism, dealing with disabilities in an ableist society and mental health was written by two current UGA graduate students. No-one will disagree that media, specifically film, influences the public and communities in a greater way than almost any other engagement. By completing this project and having screenings with talkbacks we have an opportunity to reach endless communities and begin discussions on the film’s important subject matter while also teaching the UGA population the need and advantages of collaborative projects. For anyone who participates, it will prepare them to work in film and television. As Georgia has the fastest growing film and television industry in the nation and UGA is the flagship university for the state, this film will not only educate, but help showcase UGA's programs and the talent within it.