Notes on Blindness
This Spring, The Box presents Notes on Blindness. An award winning and BAFTA nominated film, produced by Archers Mark.
In 1983, after decades of steady deterioration, writer and theologian John Hull became totally blind. To help him make sense of the upheaval in his life, he began documenting his experiences on audio cassette.
Drawing on John’s original recordings, Notes on Blindness is a poetic account of loss, rebirth and renewal, and the discovery of ‘a world beyond sight’.
Screenings are daily and will be shown at the following times:
11am (Audio Described)
12.30pm (Audio Described)
2pm (Audio Described)
3.30pm (Audio Described)
The film lasts for 1hr 30mins and you are welcome to drop in or stay for the whole film.
All shows will be audio described. Alternative audio described and subtitled versions are available through the MovieReading app on iTunes and Android. The app allows you to use your own smartphone and headphones to synch the film with your choice of soundtrack. For assistance downloading this please see a member of the Live Science team.
22 Mar - 8 Jul
Included with a general admission ticket.