Many dedicated people worked to support both the Something's Gotta Give campaign and the resulting SGG Short Film Series.  We are inspired by their passion and commitment and courage in the fight against eating disorders.  To everyone who gets the tragedy of this disease, who believes that something's gotta give -- we say Thank You!

With thanks to our many Campaign Partners:

Bridgepoint Center for Eating Disorders
Covenant House Vancouver
Dirty Laundry Project
Eating Disorder Nova Scotia
Eating Disorder Parent Support (EDPS)
Eating Disorder Support Network of Alberta (EDSNA)
Eating Disorders In The Open
G Day
Healthy Essentials
International Eating Disorder Action
Island Integrated Counselling Society
Jessie's Legacy
Kelty Mental Health
Life Trauma Solutions
Love our Bodies, Love Ourselves
MAC Alliance for Body Peace
National Initiative for Eating Disorders (NIED)
Project True
Victoria Yoga Conference
World Eating Disorders Action Day
Your Eatopia

Written and Produced by:
Stacey Huget

Associate Producers:
Daniel Kong
Nicole Keay

Director of Video / Editing:
Robyn Unwin
Gary Boylan

Post Production & Design:
Gary Turner, Barbershop Films

With thanks to the many hundreds of people who made SGG Campaign Submissions and to those who agreed to be interviewed on camera for this short film series:

Jan Abercrombie
Lucia B
Mia B
Bethany B
Jessica B
Tyson B
Susanne C
Carla Chabot
Cassie C
Odette D
Michelle Desreux
Dr. Josie Geller
Deborah G
Nicole G
Scott H
Quetzo Herejk
Sue Huff
Crystal J
Shaleen Jones
Nicole Keay
Kirsten K
Dr. Adele Lafrance
Andrea Lamarre
Janine Lefevre
Malcolm L
Celeste M
Brenda M

Hillary McBride
Cliff M
Mary M
Dr. Mark Norris
Patricia Nash
Caitlin O’Reilly
Suzanne Phillips
Dr. David Pilon
Wendy Preskow
Alicia P
Danika Quesnel
Melissa Q
Danielle R
Angela Rinaldis
Candice S
Kaela Scott
Eric S
Debbie S
Paul S
Elaine Stevenson
Abbey Stimpson
Sierra T
Karen Wall
Veronique W
Dr. Blake Woodside
Eric Vickar

And with special thanks for her musical contribution:
Candice Sand