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Access Film Club: The Rider (15) + Q&A

11 May

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  • A Autism friendly
  • C Captioned
  • D Dementia friendly


Watch the film before 7.30pm on Tuesday 11 May 2021 to take part in our Access Film Club Q&A event.

Film content: strong language

Access Film Club presents its second online event with a screening of The Rider plus Q&A. The second feature from Chloé Zhao (Nomadland, Songs My Brother Taught Me), The Rider is a fictionalised true story and a soulful portrait of a young Sioux cowboy at a crossroads in his life.

After a near fatal rodeo accident leaves him with a severe head injury, Brady (Brady Jandreau) is told he must never ride again. How can he bear to bid farewell to the sport he loves, the riders he considers family, and the horses he has grown to love? With an autistic sister and a father who drinks, gambles and womanises, Brady is the crutch that supports his family – but without the rodeo, he’s facing a life of misery. 

All tickets £3.49 

How to take part:

  • All tickets £3.49

  • Once you have rented the film from Glasgow Film At Home, watch it before 7.30pm on Tuesday 11 May 2021 to take part in the online Access Film Club Q&A.

  • The Q&A will take place on zoom and will be hosted by Damian Coyle from the National Autistic Society Scotland. 

  • If you would like to join the Q&A, you must sign up to attend. Register for the Q&A here. Full information about the Q&A will be emailed to you once you have signed up.

One of the most astonishing achievements of recent cinema.
  • Director Chloé Zhao
  • Cast Brady Jandreau, Mooney, Tim Jandreau, Lilly Jandreau
  • Country of production USA
  • Year of production 2017
  • Language English, Spanish, Sioux
  • Running Time 1h38m + 30m Q&A
  • Certificate 15
  • Content warning Strong language
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