Wednesday, March 21, 2018
7:00 p.m. - 9:30 p.m. ET

An award-winning Wyoming filmmaker is interested in your feedback on her documentary-in-progress, "Hearts of Glass." So, grab your goodie bag with popcorn and movie snacks, and join her (Jennifer Tennican, Producer/Director) and Elise McMillan, JD (UCEDD Director, Vanderbilt Kennedy Center for Excellence in Developmental Disabilities) for a screening session and moderated discussion. The event will last approximately two and a half hours.

Cutting-edge food production meets social good in an ambitious experiment to provide year-round produce to a mountain town, while employing community members with disabilities.

Martin E. Blair, PhD, (UCEDD Director, University of Montana's Rural Institute for Inclusive Communities) and Michelle Jarman, PhD, (Cultural Diversity Coordinator, University of Wyoming's Institute for Disabilities) serve as advisors on the film. "Hearts of Glass" has received funding from the Wyoming Governor's Council on Developmental Disabilities.

In addition to getting candid reactions to the film, the filmmaker is interested in viewers' thoughts about potential uses for the film in educational settings and beyond (e.g., policy conversations, advocacy conferences, etc.). She is in the planning stage of an outreach and engagement campaign.

Please do not research the film or subject of the film prior to the screening. We would like test screeners to be unfamiliar with subject of the film.

This event is free, but we do request people pre-register below by 5 PM Friday, March 14.

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