£9 / £6.50 Concessions / £4.50 under 24s
After his mother’s sudden death, nine year old Icare is sent to live at an orphanage where he befriends a misfit group of children; each with their own troubled past. And when young Camille arrives, he gets his first taste of hope and possibly romance.
BFP17 is proud to present a special accessible screening of this gorgeous Oscar-nominated stop motion animation with descriptive subtitles and audio description. (English dubbed version).
The introduction to the screening will be supported by a BSL interpreter.
This is an accessible event and has little or no spoken word. This is part of Bristol Festival of Puppetry’s new programme to interrogate and develop the diversity agenda for puppetry. Delivered in association with Diverse City and Doing Things Differently, and with support from leading Deaf artist David Ellington and Bristol Physical Access Chain, Interchange is a strand of action-learning embedded at the heart of BFP17, which asks:
What is the unique role that puppetry can play in addressing the diversity agenda?
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