Oska Bright Film Festival (the world’s leading festival for films made by or featuring people with learning disabilities, autism or additional needs) the BFI are screening a selection of diverse, contemporary short films for neurodiverse audiences. These range from animation to live action, from moments of light relief, to soothing stop-motion and include Lanre Malaolu’s lyrical, Hackney-made dance piece The Circle. There’s something for all tastes.

Even better, we hope to welcome some of the film-makers for a discussion after the screening, if people can stay on.

Relaxed screenings are presented each month for those in the neuro-diverse community and their carers and assistants.

In partnership with Oska Bright Film Festival (the world’s leading festival for films made by or featuring people with learning disabilities, autism or additional needs) LSFF presents a selection of diverse, contemporary short film for neuro-diverse audiences. These range from animation to live action, from moments of light relief, to soothing stop-motion and include Lanre Malaolu’s lyrical, Hackney-made dance piece The Circle.

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Tickets can be booked in advance either online, in person or by calling (020 7928 3232), or by emailing the Box Office onbox.office@bfi.org.uk

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