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Temple Grandin + recorded introduction and exclusive recorded interview with Temple Grandin (PG)

24 January

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Key

  • A Autism friendly
  • C Captioned
  • D Dementia friendly

Details

Please note that the film begins at the stated time (17.55), there are no adverts or trailers.

What to expect at this event

Drawn from the subject’s own memoirs, Temple Grandin details the life story of the incredible autistic thinker and advocate who transformed the cattle farming industry.

Diagnosed at a time when long-term institutional care was still common, Grandin overcame all odds to pursue her education. The film attempts to visualise for the audience Temple’s inner world – one in which sights and sounds are accentuated, and thoughts run ‘like a VCR tape’. And it depicts her struggles as she uses her own sensory experiences to help develop new approaches to animal farming.

This event is free but ticketed.

Following the film we are screening an exclusive recorded interview with Temple Grandin discussing the film and her experience of autism.

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  • Director Mick Jackson
  • Country USA
  • Year of Production 2010
  • Running Time 1h47m
  • Certificate PG
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