Free Screening of Temple Grandin with Impetus and Autism SussexPosted on 27th March 2014 by Impetus
“If I could snap my fingers and be nonautistic, I would not. Autism is part of what I am.” – Temple Grandin
On World Autism Day, 2nd of April, Impetus and Autism Sussex are showing a free screening of the multiple award-winning biopic Temple Grandin. The film stars Claire Daines as Temple Grandin; an American doctor of animal science, best-selling author, autistic activist, and a consultant to the livestock industry on animal behaviour who revolutionised animal welfare thanks to the unique perspective her autism offered.
Tickets are free but limited, so get them while you can by visiting our Eventbrite page. The screening is taking place at 3pm on Wednesday the 2nd of April at the Duke’s @ Komedia on Gardner St in Brighton’s North Laine, BN1 1UN.
This will be an autism friendly screening, where the house lights are slightly raised throughout the film and the sound is at a lower volume than normal. Both the Duke of York’s and Duke’s @ Komedia run regular autism friendly screenings throughout the year, where all tickets are only £3, see picturehouses.co.uk for more details.