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RNIB’s New Short Film Explores Grief And Hope Following Teenage Sight Loss – Forbes

Friday, 14 October, 2022

RNIB’s New Short Film Explores Grief And Hope Following Teenage Sight Loss – Forbes

The Royal National Institute Of Blind People (RNIB) has released a moving short film dealing with the painful reality of teenage sight loss as part of its latest “See the person, not the sight loss” campaign.

The full film runs at three and a half minutes with shorter versions being released to support the campaign in U.K. cinemas and on TV and VOD platforms.

The fully-audio described production recounts the fictional story of teen Ava, authentically portrayed by visually impaired actor Eli London, as she navigates school, personal relationships and family life amidst the initial despair of experiencing chronically failing sight.

Read more at: https://www.forbes.com/sites/gusalexiou/2022/10/14/rnibs-new-short-film-explores-grief-and-hope-following-teenage-sight-loss/

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