The Extraordinary Lives of Stephanie and Joe – A film by Susannah and Oscar

7 May 2019

 

You’re invited to an exclusive private screening: ‘The Extraordinary Lives of Stephanie and Joe’

Norwood is delighted to invite you to join an exclusive, free, central London screening of The Extraordinary Lives of Stephanie and Joe.

Stephanie, Joe and Oscar are three ordinary young people doing the perfectly ordinary things young people do. But that’s not the whole story. To tell you why, Oscar has made a film. It’s called The Extraordinary Lives of Stephanie and Joe – because sometimes, there’s more to the ordinary than meets the eye.

The film is showing on Thursday 13 June and doors open at 6.00pm with the film showing at 6.30pm. The film is 15 minutes long and is followed by a panel discussion. The panel is made up of a mixture of performing arts people working with assistive technology in professional theatre and music, as well as inventors and shakers and movers in the assistive technology field.

Tickets are limited and allocated on a first-come, first-served basis. To book, please email Susannah Kraft Levene on susannah.kraftlevene@norwood.org.uk by Friday 24 May, letting us know how many tickets you’d like.

We look forward to seeing you there!

 

Meet Stephanie

Stephanie is 26 years old and a keen artist who uses Eye Gaze technology to paint. She also takes part in cycling challenges and is something of a social butterfly.

Meet Joe

Joe is 25 years old and loves nothing more than playing FIFA on his Xbox and listening to music. He embraces technology and his expertise with Alexa and a Grid Pad make him the life and soul of the party.

Meet Oscar

Oscar is 19 years old and a film maker and editor.

 

Watch the trailer here.