Educational Launch Screening of Who Am I To Stop It

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This is an exciting time for the documentary Who Am I To Stop It. Since launching with educational distribution coop New Day Films, we’ve gotten sales from California to Delaware to the UK and are looking forward to the chance to screen, well, everywhere. “Who Am I To Stop It” is really different from most TBI documentaries out there. We’re thrilled to use it to present the Social Model of Disability and disability art and to give the community the chance to meet the riveting artists in the film:  Dani, Brandon, and Kris.

If you happen to be in the Eugene, Oregon area at the end of January, you can see the film for free on the big screen and chat with me afterward at the University of Oregon campus. And we will have the captions turned on!

Here’s the event details in picture form and word form.

Flyer with details of University of Oregon film screening for Who Am I To Stop It shows Dani Sanderson smiling and holding her hand in her hair.Who Am I To Stop It: a documentary film on isolation, art, and transformation after brain injury by Cheryl Green (that’s me!) and Cynthia Lopez

January 31, 2017
EMU Redwood Auditorium on University of Oregon campus
5:30 – 8:00 pm
Director Q & A at 7:00 pm
Film is captioned

Thank you to our sponsors:
University of Oregon Center on Human Development and University Center for Excellence in Developmental Disabilities
U of O Disability Studies Initiative

Thank you to our co-sponsors:
Center on Brain Injury Research & Training (CBIRT)
National Student Speech Language Hearing Association (NSSLHA, U of O Chapter)

Donations gratefully accepted to support NSSLHA’s community work.

This is a fiscally-sponsored project of The Hollywood Theatre and distributed by New Day Films.

I give my humblest thanks to Laurie Powell and Karen McLaughlin for spearheading the screening planning and bringing in such fabulous sponsors and co-sponsors.

I’m really excited because this is the educational premiere screening of Who Am I To Stop It.