Disability Film Season

The second Disability Film Season is part of a programme of events planned for December to mark UK Disability History Month 2017. This project is delivered in partnership with Manchester City Council, and is based around the theme of disability and visual arts; there will be two disability-related screenings as well as a panel discussion to discuss this year’s themes. The film selection will be made by Manchester City Council’s Disabled Staff Group.

Previously in this season

Sex & Drugs & Rock & Roll

A piece of British music history comes to the big screen in Mat Whitecross's outstanding biopic of punk and New Wave icon Ian Dury.

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Unrest Panel discussion

This screening will be followed by a panel discussion featuring actor and disability campaigner Melissa Johns, activist and lecturer Denis Queen and actor Natalie Amber.

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Unrest

Jennifer Brea is working on her PhD and months away from marrying the love
 of her life when she gets a mysterious fever that leaves…

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