An honest and beautiful movie with breathtaking cinematography about Hagit, a young woman with a cognitive disability, who is challenged with employment, love, marriage, family involvement and housing. etc...

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DANI, in partnership with the Toronto Jewish Film Foundation and the Consulate General of Israel in Toronto and Western Canada presents ‘Wedding Doll’.

In the movie, Hagit, a young woman with a cognitive disability, is challenged with the same issues our participants at DANI (www.dani-toronto.com) face; employment, love, marriage, family involvement, housing etc.

By purchasing a ticket, you can view the movie at your leisure on Monday March 8th or Tuesday March 9th.

Your ‘Personalized Access Code’ will be emailed to you on March 4th.

Following the movie we will have a panel discussion on Tuesday March 9th @ 7:30 pm. (Separate Zoom link will be sent to you)

“A Meaningful and Joyful Day as an Independent Adult”

Moderator: Kathy Laszlo, Executive Director of DANI

Guest Panelist: Heather Downey,Program Quality Specialist & Registered Behavior Technician, TERI Inc.

Panelists: Rebecca Anisman, Terri Quint, Maya Rubin and Noah Wolanski

Presented by:

A Kultura Collective Member

In Partnership with:

DANI and the Consulate General of Israel in Toronto and Western Canada

Start Date: March 8, 2021

Closing Date: March 9, 2021

Film available: March 8 to March
Panel discussion: March 9 at 7:30 pm

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Zoom

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$9.06

Accessibility

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

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