This event is being sold at full capacity, with no social distancing measures in place.
Diagnosed at a time when long-term institutional care was still common, Grandin overcame all odds to pursue her education. The film attempts to visualise for the audience Temple’s inner world – one in which sights and sounds are accentuated, and thoughts run ‘like a VCR tape’. And it depicts her struggles as she uses her own sensory experiences to help develop new approaches to animal farming.
Plus/ 7 Minutes with Temple Grandin, a short interview with Temple Grandin discussing her experience of autism, screens before the feature.
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This screening will be preceded by an introduction from Dr David Hartley, Project Administrator for Autism through Cinema.