Stigma Dies is a short film which explores the condition of hearing voices, and examines methods of reducing the stigma in society. The film identifies how experiences of hearing voices differ from person to person.
The interviews explore the character of the voices, and whether or not this is seen as a positive or negative influence on the individual who is experiencing hearing voices. Common themes are identified, such as situations in which hearing voices are worst as well as when they are found to be easiest to manage.
The film shows how interactions with other people who share experiences of hearing voices can be positive for recovery.