Jennifer Aniston, Jennifer Hudson Attend Lifetime's 'Call Me Crazy: A Five Film' Premiere
3:01 PM PDT 4/17/2013 by Stephanie Chan
Brittany Snow, Sarah Hyland and Melissa Leo also walked the red carpet on Monday at the Pacific Design Center for the sequel to "Five," which features five short films focusing on different mental illnesses.
Jennifer Aniston, one of the producers for Call Me Crazy: A Five Film, arrived on the red carpet in a black, tux-like Christian Dior top and bottom.
Melissa Leo stars as a mother with bipolar disorder in the film short "Grace."
Bryce Dallas Howard
Director Bryce Dallas Howard's vignette "Lucy" follows a law student (Brittany Snow) who experiences schizophrenia and learns how to heal from the mental illness with the help of a friend, meds and a psychotherapist.
Jennifer Hudson and Brittany Snow
Brittany Snow, who plays a law student who suffers from schizophrenia in "Lucy," poses with Jennifer Hudson. In "Maggie," Hudson stars as a female veteran who returns home with posttraumatic stress disorder and finds help through her lawyer (Snow).
Ken Baumann, whose Call Me Crazy character meets his girlfriend's parents and schizophrenic sister for the first time in the vignette "Allison," walks the carpet.
The former Friends co-creator, who helped produce the Call Me Crazy films, walked the red carpet.
As the father figure to Jennifer Hudson's character in "Maggie," Ernie Hudson smiled for cameras at the premiere.
Arriving to the premiere in a little black dress, Lea Thompson is featured in "Eddie" as the wife to a stand-up comedian who suffers from depression.
Michelle Williams showed her support for the Lifetime project, sharing with THR that she has personally suffered from depression and learned how to cope with it. "I’ve talked about my depression and how I’ve been dealing with it and overcoming it," said the Destiny's Child member. "I’m genuinely happy. The smile on my face is genuine."
Melissa Farman,who plays Sarah Hyland's best friend Izzy in "Grace," attended the premiere.
Sarah Hyland, Robert Sharenow, Nancy Dubuc, Jennifer Hudson
Sarah Hyland, Lifetime's executive vp programming Robert Sharenow, A+E Networks' president Nancy Dubuc and Jennifer Hudson posed together during the red carpet.
Brittany Snow, who stars in "Lucy," "Allison" and "Maggie," attended the premiere in a bedazzling black dress and sparkly Tacori ring.
Playing a teenage daughter who has to learn how to deal with a mother suffering from bipolar disorder in "Grace, " the Modern Family actress graced the premiere in a Toujouri frock.
In "Maggie," the Oscar winner stars as a mother who returns home from war and suffers from posttraumatic stress disorder.
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