FREE VIRTUAL EVENT!
Join us for a virtual Brain Injury Alliance premiere of The House We Lived In with filmmakers Tod and Tim O’Donnell
REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED
This event will be held over the Zoom platform. You will receive an email invite to join the event.
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The House We Lived In
Wednesday, June 21st, 6:00pm (PST/AZ)
REGISTRATION CLOSES TUESDAY 6/20 @ 2:00PM
View the Documentary The House We Lived In
Live Chat with Filmmaker Tod O’Donnell, Survivor of Brain Injury and Subject of the Film and Tim O’Donnell, Filmmaker
A decade in the making, a young filmmaker confronts family, memory, and addiction as he chronicles his father‘s journey to recover lost memories following a traumatic brain injury. Using experimental approaches with projected installations he attempts to find those missing memories in hopes of finding the dad he used to know. As memories return in the form of dreams the family struggles with acceptance of this new version of their father.
ABOUT THE DIRECTOR
Tim O’Donnell is an Emmy-nominated and award-winning documentary filmmaker. His work has appeared on ESPN, NBC, PBS, OutsideTV, the Sundance Film Festival and events around the world. His films have garnered the Audience Award at the Independent Film Festival of Boston, Jury Prizes at the Phoenix Film Festival and Woods Hole Film festival, and Indiewire’s Project of the Month. His most recent film Not a War Story opened at #1 for all iTunes Documentaries and premiered at the Academy of Motion Pictures. HBO’s Mary Carillo said of Tim’s work, “The story is so beautiful, so lovingly told and so incredibly moving.”
Tod O’Donnell is a brain injury survivor and advocate. He is the subject of the award-winning documentary film The House We Lived In as well as the inspiring short ESPN film No Quit.
Tod has spoken at Harvard Medical School, Spaulding Rehab, Supportive Living Inc, Krempels Center, ESPN and many more creating positive conversation surrounding brain injuries.
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