A documentary film on isolation, art, and transformation after brain injury


“This film will contribute stimulating, contemporary subject matter for undergraduate and graduate classrooms, across disciplines of the sciences, arts, and humanities.”–Ann Millett-Gallant, PhD, Lecturer in Art & Humanities The University of North Carolina Greensboro.

Who Am I To Stop It is available on DVD and streaming.

Special features include Closed Captioning, Descriptive English Subtitles, and Audio Description.

a “clear-eyed documentary…. Recommended” ★★★–Video Librarian
Kris Haas smiles at a book with a drawing, Dani Sanderson smiles in the distance, and Brandon Scarth plays guitar and sings.
The New Day Films logoClick to purchase a DVD or streaming license for Who Am I To Stop It for use in schools, colleges, libraries, and institutions through New Day Films. For questions on purchasing a film, call 888.367.9154.

Other streaming licenses are also available if your institution subscribes to Kanopy.

Interested in hosting your own community screening? Click here to download a Community Screening Guide.

Click here for a Quick Guide to TBI and the Social Model of Disability.

Click here for a Discussion Guide with talking points and questions you can use in a classroom or community group to discuss the issues in the film.

The film is 82 minutes and contains adult language and mature topics and themes. Please be advised.

Who Am I To Stop It is a fiscally-sponsored project of The Hollywood Theatre.The Hollywood Theatre logo

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