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Beacon Hill Arts Viewfinder Film Screening

October 20, 2014

Filmmakers from the multi-award winning and internationally exhibited Beacon Hill Arts, whose previous work has been commended by film critic Mark Kermode, are presenting a series of fun viral films on Thursday October 23rd that focus on issues around employment for adults with a disability, inspired by their own experiences. The group of filmmakers, all of whom have disabilities, autism or other additional needs, have created the films.

It will be a fantastic opportunity to hear the views and witness the creative talents of one of the most underrepresented groups in the jobs market, as well as ask questions and take part in a discussion about ways in which people with disabilities, autism and additional needs can work with employers to improve their employment prospects.


For more information or to reserve a place please visit the Beacon Hill Arts website or email to confirm your place.

Please note: places are limited and will be issued on a first come, first served basis.


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