The Lost Generation Film Project (DADAA Inc)
6:00pm to 8:30pm, Thursday 31st March 2011
At Manchester Metropolitan University
This is a unique opportunity to experience the work of DADAA and thanks to Durham University’s Centre for Medical Humanities, who have supported this event.
The Lost Generation Project is about finding the lost stories of people with intellectual disabilities, many institutionalised for most of their lives. It is about hearing these stories and recognising and celebrating people who have traditionally been socially isolated and aims to assist these people to connect to their communities through arts and culture. The Lost Generation Project has found unique people from across Australia and provided them with the technology and skills to tell their stories on film. Each core project participant or storyteller is offered the opportunity to make a short film that tells their story.
Simone Flavelle is the Manager/Executive Producer of this project and she will be giving us the opportunity to see some of these films and engage in a discussion.
To register for this event or get more details, email firstname.lastname@example.org There will be a small charge on the evening of £2.00 to cover costs for this event.
Thank you to all those who have registered so far. Confirmation of places and details of venue will be provided 1 week prior to the event.
Details of this work and 5 films are available to view on line at: http://www.disseminate.net.au/lost_generation_project_2
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