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WHO AM I TO STOP IT, a film on isolation, art, and transformation, witnesses the complexities of identity and life with disabilities from traumatic brain injury (TBI). Made by a filmmaker with TBI, the film offers an intimate look into disability, sexuality, spirituality, poverty, family, and community.
Three TBI survivors use the arts to navigate and adapt to a world filled with disability stigma. WHO AM I TO STOP IT asks difficult questions around identity after rehabilitation ends. We look beyond medical aspects of TBI to explore survivors' personal narratives and passionate self-advocacy through the arts.
here is a short trailer http://vimeo.com/155924543#t=NaNs
"This film will contribute stimulating, contemporary subject matter across disciplines of the sciences, arts, and humanities."
--Ann Millett-Gallant, PhD, UNC-Greensboro, Author The Disabled Body in Contemporary Art
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