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ReelAbilities: Cincinnati Film Festival presents

Kyle Pope
1-4 p.m. , Friday March 15 | Free for students and faculty

Jim Gloster / USA / English / 40 min / 2011

Aphasia tells the true story of actor Carl McIntyre about the effects of a massive stroke he suffered at the age of 44 – he lost his ability to read, write and speak. Starring as himself, McIntyre portrays his life story with an incredibly nuanced performance. Through humor and pathos Aphasia speaks to anyone who has struggled to meet life’s challenges.

Open Captions

Sponsored by: College of Allied Health Sciences, DAAP, College of Nursing, College of Pharmacy

Parking is free! 



Where: Tangeman University Center
Address: 2766 UC MainStreet, Cincinnati

Tangeman University Center

2766 UC MainStreet, Cincinnati
45221
 
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