Critic, writer, curator and lecturer Angelo Muredda takes a critical look at disability on film.


Disability on Film is a new series curated and hosted by Angelo Muredda, PhD in Cinema, University of Toronto. In this series, see cinema through a critical lens on disability. The shock, the horror, the inspiration — unpack it all!

Participants are asked to watch the film in advance as this is a talk and not a screening.

In order to offer financial accessibility, we are offering three tiers of Pay-What-You-Can tickets: $10, $5, and FREE. Please choose whichever ticket type you are comfortable with! The option to make a custom donation is also available.

Note: Registrants will receive links and passwords to the screening 60 minutes before the scheduled start time.

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A Kultura Collective Member

Start Date November 4, 2020

Closing Date December 9, 2020

Every 4 weeks On Wednesday from 6:00 PM to 6:45 PM


Online Zoom


Pay-What-You-Can tickets: $10, $5, and FREE.


If accessibility options not listed, please contact the venue to confirm

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