Eternal High is a 30-minute educational DVD produced by Bryce Mackie, a student who captured his true life battle with depression unaware he was clinically depressed. The film also includes a speech he later gave to his school after receiving treatment and discussing his experience with depression, suicidal thoughts, anxiety, self injury, substance abuse and self-medication. The film was selected and screened in over 60 national film festivals winning 25 awards. The film was also profiled in a film honoring cognitive psychologist Dr. Aaron Beck, profiled on NPR (National Public Radio), MetroBeat Student Voices television, and the Voice America Health channel. The film is being used by schools, psychologists, social workers, substance abuse and suicide prevention organizations, military personnel, libraries, counselors, etc.