Other examples of disability-centric and non-disability related writings can be found at
Little White Lies, UK Film Review, Scratch Cinema, Flip Screen, Film Stories, Film Updates, Girls On Tops READ ME, The Skinny, Slate, Screen Queens, The Spool, The Unwritten, Belmont Filmhouse, Independent Cinema Office, and BFI FAN: The Bigger Picture.
I interviewed Paul Raci about
Sound of Metal for Film Stories.
I interviewed Lindsey Dryden and Jim LeBrecht for
BFI FAN: The Bigger Picture.
I was interviewed by
BBC Culture to discuss the recent shift in deaf representation onscreen.
Caption This Cinema is a brand new film exhibitor with access at its core, championing diverse stories and disabled audiences, and will be launching its virtual inaugural screening of Vision Portraits from 17th – 19th November.
A collection of disability themed double bills, all of which portray authentic disability representation across a variety of genres.
Left to right: Millicent Simmonds plays Regan Abbott and John Krasinski plays Lee Abbott in A QUIET PLACE, from Paramount Pictures.
The horror genre flashes a sliver of potential for the representation of disabled people.