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Public Screening: Travels With My Brother

travelwithmybrotherThis short, live action/animated documentary (using computer 2-D cut-out elements) explores the relationship between Vas - a high-functioning autistic man - and his older sister Christine, who will one day be his official guardian, as they travel about their hometown of Toronto, Canada.

Directed by Christine Alexiou & June Chua

Friday, March 5, 2010
National Film Board Mediatheque
150 John Street (at Richmond Street)
Toronto, Ontario
(416) 973-3012

Tickets on sale at 7:00 pm
Film program begins 7:30 pm

Ticket Price: $10.00 cash only

Portion of proceeds goes to a local autism charity

*DVDs available at screening for sale, $15 cash

Evening includes short presentation from Geneva Centre for Autism and screening of shorts by artist/animator Evan Tapper

For more information about the film, go to www.travelswithmybrother.com.

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