Thursday 30 March 2017
DanceSyndrome would like to invite you to a special preview of “Superabled” a film about our Founder Jen Blackwell and how her life has changed since starting the charity
The film has been produced by film-maker Natalie Kennedy who spent several weeks in early 2016 following Jen and recording every aspect of her day-to-day life. The resulting film is a powerful and emotional story of how dance has brought so many positives into Jen’s life, and in turn to others involved with DanceSyndrome.
Members of the DanceSyndrome team will be performing at the event. The event also sees the launch of “Down and Out,” another film which Natalie has produced, which is a drama about the life of a fictional character who happens to have Down’s syndrome*. The show will last for approximately one hour and will then be followed by a party to celebrate the launch of the two films.
We would love it if you could join us at this special event! If you are able to come, please could you confirm how many people will be coming by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
*Please be aware that “Down and Out” has some bad language and suggested nudity, so is the equivalent of a 15 rating at the cinema.