Film screening event co-presented with LUX

Wednesday 11 September 2019 7–8.30PM

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Sop from Rita Munus in collaboration with Charlotte Procter (Cinenova/LUX) present a screening event as part of the Write It Speak It Move It project. The screening is an attempt to describe the complex relationship between a life lived with chronic illness and medical institutions; including diagnoses, medications and medicalised narratives which often simplify the sick person’s sense of self and agency.

The films chosen present contrasts to formalised routes of medical care and instead draw on friendship and the informal structure of mutual care and support given from our chosen family–our friends, which often passes unacknowledged but can be life saving.


A shell hook into my throat – Write It Speak It Move It group, UK, 2019, 12 mins

When I was a Monster – Anne McGuire, USA, 1996, 5.5 mins

Denial – Ann Whitehurst & Mike Stubbs, UK, 1996, 6 mins

Humaniora – Rosalind Nashashibi, UK, 2003, 12 mins

Get Well Soon – Carolyn Lazard, USA,  2015, 13.5 mins

Notes From The Underlands – Romily Alice Walden, 2019, 10 mins

Duration: 59 mins

This is a relaxed screening, This means that if you tic, shout or move about, you’re more than welcome. Please contact us if you have any particular access needs by phone 208 7278 8226 or email [email protected]. Cubitt is fully wheelchair accessible and there are wheelchair accessible toilet facilities. Assistance dogs are welcome in all spaces.

Commissioned and supported by Unlimited, celebrating the work of disabled artists, with funding from Spirit of 2012.

Image: When I was a Monster – Anne McGuire, 1996. Courtesy of the Artist and LUX, London.

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