Short comedies about experiences of life after brain injury, created with brainreels films.

 

Brainreels comedies have been shown at disability film festivals, corporate diversity trainings, professional conferences, brain injury support groups and residential facilities, and to family members, clinicians, and students in allied health and rehabilitation. 

 

 
"Cooking with Brain Injury" is a short comedy film with an insider look into realistic everyday difficulties after brain injury. It shows emotional outbursts, confusion and disorganization. And it relies on humor because after laughter comes more acceptance, hope and creative problem-solving. Follow Bill and Cheryl as they show how the truth really is stranger than fiction. Created in collaboration with brainreels films http://storyminders.com/film/

"Cooking with Brain Injury" is a short comedy film with an insider look into realistic everyday difficulties after brain injury. It shows emotional outbursts, confusion and disorganization. And it relies on humor because after laughter comes more acceptance, hope and creative problem-solving. Follow Bill and Cheryl as they show how the truth really is stranger than fiction.

Created in collaboration with brainreels films http://storyminders.com/film/

Like many people with a brain injury, Bill and Cheryl lost their social connections. They attempt to win a friendship with Jacqui on a surreal daytime TV show. Things go awry when the host tries to run things her way. The contestants have all had traumatic brain injuries in real life. They bring their experiences with social isolation, stigma, and communication difficulties to this short comedy film. "Friending with Brain Injury!" created in collaboration with brainreels films http://storyminders.com/film/

Like many people with a brain injury, Bill and Cheryl lost their social connections. They attempt to win a friendship with Jacqui on a surreal daytime TV show. Things go awry when the host tries to run things her way. The contestants have all had traumatic brain injuries in real life. They bring their experiences with social isolation, stigma, and communication difficulties to this short comedy film.

"Friending with Brain Injury!" created in collaboration with brainreels films http://storyminders.com/film/