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Amber and Me (U)

Sun 13 - Tue 15 June

UK | 2020 | 59’ | TBC | Ian Davies

Amber has Down's Syndrome and, together with her twin sister Olivia,  is about to start school. Although her experience is positive at first, she finds it increasingly trying and asks to stay at home. Olivia is keen to stay with her sister in the same class, and so begins the struggle to keep the girls together at school. The film follows the challenges for both girls through four years of school and charts the changes in their relationship.

+ pre-recorded Q&A with director Ian Davies and actor Claire Cage

Prices:

£6 / £4 

Ticket & Times

  • Mon 14 Jun , 7:30 PM
    AD

    Audio Description Available

    An additional audio track for audiences with sight loss, explaining what’s happening on screen or on stage during gaps in the dialogue and sound effects.

    ST

    Soft Subtitles 

    For D/deaf and hard-of-hearing, a transcription of the film’s dialogue in English along the bottom of the screen and a description of the sound in the film is also included.

  • Tue 15 Jun , 10:30 AM
    AD

    Audio Description Available

    An additional audio track for audiences with sight loss, explaining what’s happening on screen or on stage during gaps in the dialogue and sound effects.

    ST

    Soft Subtitles 

    For D/deaf and hard-of-hearing, a transcription of the film’s dialogue in English along the bottom of the screen and a description of the sound in the film is also included.

  • Tue 15 Jun , 1:30 PM
    AD

    Audio Description Available

    An additional audio track for audiences with sight loss, explaining what’s happening on screen or on stage during gaps in the dialogue and sound effects.

    R

    Relaxed Environment

    Characterised by increased lighting level, reduced sound level, no trailers/advertising and freedom to move around/make noise, relaxed environment presentations are for children and adults on the autism spectrum or with learning disabilities, and their families, friends and carers.

    ST

    Soft Subtitles 

    For D/deaf and hard-of-hearing, a transcription of the film’s dialogue in English along the bottom of the screen and a description of the sound in the film is also included.