Tomorrow Never Knows by Adam Sekuler (preview screening), 21 November 2017
Tomorrow Never Knows is a profoundly sensitive look into the life and death of Shar Jones, a transgender person living with early onset Alzheimer's Disease, and the choice he and his wife Cynthia faced. At its core it is a love story, but one that confronts the fears and prejudices surrounding two very different cultural taboos – the right to choose who you are, and right to live or die.
Following the screening Adam Sekuler will join us via Skype.
21 November 2017, 6–8pm
Hyde Park Picture House
73 Brudenell Road
Tomorrow Never Knows (2017, c.90min, Adam Sekuler, USA)
Discounted rate of £5.50 available to all Pavilion audiences (normal price £8). To received this rate, register a place online then pay on the door.
Supported by Film Hub North and BFI Film Audience Network.
Anna Reid, Adjunct Curator
Linzi Stauvers, Programme Producer
William Rose, Associate Producer
Yvonne Terry, Financial Administrator
Abi Mitchell, Programme Intern
Bryony Bond, Chair Pam Bone
Andy Gilchrist James Hill
Lisa Le Feuvre
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