LET ME BE ME
DAN CRANE, KATIE TABER | USA | 2021 | 75 MIN | NR | ENGLISH
Part of the Community Screening Series
in partnership with Wavelength
Tickets for this event are FREE, a reservation to the event is required.
Admission is on a first-come first-served basis.
The Westphal family learns that their six year old son Kyle is on the Autism spectrum. Fearing they may never develop a real connection to him, they embark on a radical journey in which they compassionately join Kyle in his unique behaviors. Twenty years later, the entire family looks back at Kyle’s path from social isolation to professional clothing designer.
Mental Health Awareness Month
Post-screening Q&A with Kyle Westphal and Executive Producer Jenifer Westphal
For more information on the documentary, visit www.letmebemefilm.com and follow us on Instagram @letmebmemefilm. Wavelength is proud to partner with Philadelphia Film Society to host this free screening for the community.
The Philadelphia Film Society is proud to host monthly community screenings of curated films at the Philadelphia Film Center. With community screenings, PFS partners with local arts and advocacy organizations in an effort to use our screens to amplify underheard voices, bring new communities to the movies, and make movies accessible to new audiences. The event is free, but tickets are required.
A Note on Health & Safety
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Completing vaccinations means that they have received two doses of either the Pfizer or Moderna vaccine or a single dose of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine.
Acceptable forms of proof of vaccination include your CDC record/card or a picture of the vaccination card along with photo I.D.
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