Who Am I To Stop It
Transformation After Brain Injury

Who Am I To Stop It - Transformation After Brain Injury
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Who Am I To Stop It
A documentary film on isolation, art, and transformation after brain injury made by a filmmaker with disabilities from brain injury. It follows three artists as they navigate social isolation, stigma,…
Who Am I To Stop It: Kris's Story
Kris Haas shows her art in the Pearl District's J. Pepin Art Gallery, a gallery for artists with mental illness, while facing an eviction notice for failing to make rent.…
Who Am I To Stop It: Brandon's Story
Nearly 10 years after a life-threatening TBI, Brandon Scarth re-examines his faith and moves out of a structured living facility and into the community. Excerpted from the feature-length documentary.
Who Am I To Stop It: Dani's Story
After a near-fatal car crash at 16, Dani Sanderson attempts suicide multiple times. She uses rap and poetry to assert her agency and express her pain, giving her first public…
Who Am I To Stop It - Audio Description
A documentary film on isolation, art, and transformation after brain injury made by a filmmaker with disabilities from brain injury. It follows three artists as they navigate social isolation, stigma,…
Who Am I To Stop It: Kris's Story - Audio Description
Kris Haas shows her art in the Pearl District's J. Pepin Art Gallery, a gallery for artists with mental illness, while facing an eviction notice for failing to make rent.…
Who Am I To Stop It: Brandon's Story - Audio Decription
Nearly 10 years after a life-threatening TBI, Brandon Scarth re-examines his faith and moves out of a structured living facility and into the community. Excerpted from the feature-length documentary.
Who Am I To Stop It: Dani's Story - Audio Description
After a near-fatal car crash at 16, Dani Sanderson attempts suicide multiple times. She uses rap and poetry to assert her agency and express her pain, giving her first public…

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