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Oska Bright Film Festival – Best of the Fest (12A*)

Relaxed Screening

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We present a selection of fantastic shorts from around the world from the leading learning disability film festival.

Oska Bright Film Festival is the world’s leading festival for films made by or featuring people with learning disabilities or autism. This film programme presents a selection of highlights from the Festival, with films from the UK, Sweden and Australia.

From an Australian comedy starring Jamie Brewer (American Horror Story) to a fabulous doc featuring drag performers with Down’s syndrome and a touching animation about a girl with autism, this rich selection, all made by or starring people with learning disabilities or autism, shows an amazing diversity of talent.

Tagged with: Cinema Relaxed Screenings

Wheelchair spaces, free companion seats may now be booked online.

Please select the relevant preferences on the access registration page during your booking, so we can provide you with the correct information and discounts.

Booking a wheelchair space

Select a seat displaying the wheelchair user icon and then select 'wheelchair user' ticket type. The ticket will be priced at the lowest price for that event. If you need an essential companion, please select the E icon next to the wheelchair space you have selected.

Booking essential companion tickets

Please select at least two tickets and one of them will be automatically discounted to zero in the basket.

Booking British Sign Language or Captioned Seats

Select seats in the area appropriate to your needs. 

*Excludes 60p booking fee

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Programme

Kill Off

American Horror Story's Jamie Brewer stars as Sonja, a woman who forms an unlikely friendship with a Sudanese refugee through their mutual love of KRUMP.

Australia 2017 Dir Genevieve Clay-Smith 16 min

 What is Normal, Who Decides? 

Autism is not always well understood. Here artist Eleana Re gives a very personal insight into what's it like for her. Step into her very orange world… 

UK 2019 Dir Eleana Re 4 min

 Radial Dundee

A continuous sequence of action, capturing the beautiful idiosyncrasies of people, bodies, communities and landscapes. 

UK 2018 Back to Back Theatre 8 min

Escape the Ordinary 

The story of a young woman travelling through time and space to discover a new world. 

UK 2019 Dir Ray Jacobs & Arty Party 4 min

+ You and Eye

What happens when your drawings come to life? A man works at his desk and is surprised when his illustrations become a new friend. 

Sweden 2019 Dir Hugo Karlsson 4min

 + Born to Dance with an Extra Chromosome 

The story of a young woman travelling through time and space to discover a new world. 

UK 2019 Dir Nikolay Nikolov 10 min

 + Look For Me

An autistic child’s love of drawing helps them discover an unexpected kindred spirit. Inspired after Miriam’s diagnosis of Autism in 2017. 

UK 2019 Dir Miriam Fox 5min

+ Uonted!

Tiziano wants to go to the Cinecittà World amusement park at all costs to visit the Old West. Will what he finds there be different to what he'd imagined?

Italy 2018 Dir Daniele Bonarini 13min

What makes this screening Relaxed?

A relaxed event takes place in an environment that is specially tailored for a neurodiverse audience, as well as those who find a more informal setting beneficial. 

The cinema environment is tailored to the needs of the audience.

For this screening:

- The lights are dimmed, though not off.

- The volume levels a little lower than usual.

- At the moment, you have to stay in assigned seats, because of Covid-19 safety measures, but you're free to enter and exit the cinema at any time, with easy access for any wheelchair users.

- You're free to make noise in these screenings. 

- Staff are trained and ready to assist with any help you or other audience members may need while you're at the cinema at Barbican.

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