Mar 27 2020
"Me, My Mouth, and I" & "The Unconditional" - ...

"Me, My Mouth, and I" & "The Unconditional" - ...

Presented by Boston Jewish Film at NO VENUE/ONLINE ONLY

Venue screenings canceled. Online screenings only. Don’t miss the opportunity to see these compelling films online! Register now at: bostonjfilm.org/reelabilities

Artist, activist, and performer Jess Thom, who has Tourette syndrome, asks novel questions about the portrayal of disability in the arts and the exclusion of people with disabilities as cultural and creative producers. Her exploration of neurodiversity through the work of Samuel Beckett makes art accessible to everyone, and at the same time raises questions about cultural curation, who has access to theatre and who can perform it.

Screens with “The Unconditional”
Dir. Dave Adams
Documentary, 30 min, United States

An unflinching look into the life of a family raising two children with undiagnosed developmental disabilities.

SCREENING
Friday, March 27, 4:30 PM

Live-streamed discussion to follow.

Admission Info

We are going #virtual! Boston Jewish Film is dedicated to keeping our community safe and healthy and we are bringing you this year’s ReelAbilities Film Festival: Boston ONLINE. The 9th Annual Boston ReelAbilities Film Festival will include international feature and short films. Don’t miss our compelling films and live-streamed post-screening panels and discussions. To get film streaming links, register at the link below.
More info at http://www.bostonjfilm.org/reelabilities/

Additional time info:

Live-streamed discussion to follow.

Dates & Times

2020/03/27 - 2020/03/27

Location Info

NO VENUE/ONLINE ONLY

Accessibility Info