Resilience – must see documentary film: 14th May

On 14th May, 7.30 pm Zebra Collective & Plymouth Radical Cinema are collaborating to present Resilience – an influential documentary that explains just how much of an impact emotional trauma can have, drawing upon ground-breaking research on adverse childhood experiences – ACEs

The film provides a guide to how we, as individuals and in our communities, can tackle trauma – to minimise its incidence and to respond helpfully to those who have experienced it.

This is the first public screening of Resilience in Plymouth. We’re showing it in collaboration with Plymouth Radical Film:

Here’s the trailer:

Venue: Devonport Lecture Theatre, Portland Building, Plymouth University

(From North Hill it’s just behind the Sherwell Centre. Cycle racks outside. 10 minute walk from Plymouth rail / bus stations. Free parking available after 6pm in the Babbage car park and on North Hill. Here’s a link to the campus map:

If you want to eat before the film there are take-aways available on North Hill that include vegan options.  You’re welcome to use the tables and chairs directly outside the lecture theatre for this purpose.

Doors open: 7pm     Film & shorts: 7:30

Panel Discussion: c.9pm (for those who wish to stay) We will introduce Plymouth Trauma Informed Network and its efforts to promote awareness of and constructive action re this issue – both preventative and responsive.

Free entrydonations welcome, and will help to offset the cost of hiring the film.