World Autism Awareness Day Movie Premiere Event
Please join Autism Queensland & AEIOU Foundation on April 2, World Autism Awareness Day, for a special movie night event at the Palace Barracks Cinemas, Petrie Terrace, Brisbane City.
The event will feature the world premiere of the short documentary, ‘What I Wish I Knew’, in which five Brisbane families share what they wish they knew about autism in the early days, along with Associate Professor David Trembath and Autism Queensland's Dr Jill Ashburner, who specialise in the fields of autism research.
Following the launch, there will be a screening of Life, Animated, an award-winning, uplifting documentary about a boy and his family who overcome great challenges with the help of Disney films, which created an avenue to navigate love, loss and life.
The event commences at 6.30pm. Tickets are $50 each and include your cinema pass, a glass of champagne and canapés on arrival, along with your choice of choc top or popcorn and bottled water.
To book your ticket please click here and you will be transferred to an Eventbrite booking page.
Special thanks go to everyone who generously shared their time and stories in this film. Families include Tim and Judy Sharp, Laura and Clay Lewis, Danielle and Ben Butcher, Ariana and Richard Adebiyi and Annabel Morton.