Following the journey of writer and theologian John Hull, who began an audio diary after losing his sight in 1983 to help him make sense of the loss, Notes on Blindness is an inspiring testimony of loss, rebirth and renewal.
Below the trailer Vimeo Video
The screening will be followed by a Q&A with directors Pete Middleton and James Spinney.
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THIS IS SPECIAL PREVIEW TAKES PLACE IN THE RENOIR SCREEN OF CURZON BLOOMSBURY
When John Hull became totally blind after years of steady deterioration, he began to keep audio diaries of his experience capturing a remarkable insight into blindness, loss, frustration, identity and love. Filmmakers James Spinney and Peter Middleton used these audio recordings to craft a visceral, immersive and breathtaking exploration of Hull’s words.
Following the Emmy Award-winning short film of the same name, Notes on Blindness painstakingly recreates Hull’s life from the early 1980’s as well as articulating his more abstract and evocative observations of his life beyond sight to deliver a one-of-a-kind viewing experience.
Part of Open City Documentary Festival.
Bertha DocHouse – The Documentary Cinema
7 Cavendish Square, London W1G 0PE
020 7612 9355