Featuring interviews with the Notes on Blindness directors James Spinney and Peter Middleton
One of the stand out films of 2016 so far, comes in the experimental documentary Notes on Blindness. A reconstruction of John Hull's cassette recordings during his loss of sight, the film has been praised for its sensitivity, story telling and importantly, its accessibility for those with partial or complete loss of sight. Our hosts Helen and Jenna discuss the intimate moments that make this film truly outstanding, as well as talking to the directors of the film themselves.
You can watch the film now in Curzon Cinemas as well as at home on Curzon Home Cinema
Produced and edited by Jake Cunningham
Music supplied by incompetech.com