The special film presentation will be screened at the Avon Theatre in Stamford, CT. on September 13.
The Greenwich International Film Festival (GIFF) will present a special documentary film screening of 'The Disruptors' —a documentary about coping with the challenges facing one of the most misunderstood neurological conditions surrounding ADHD used to be an underlying disturbing condition for kids but not anymore. Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder affects nearly 10% of children and a rising number of adults.
'The Disruptors' takes an immersive look at our approach to ADHD and debunks the most harmful myths and examines the flip side of this trait that ultimately offers a revelatory understanding of the diagnosis, and real hope for millions of people living with ADHD. The screening will be held at The Avon Theatre located on 272 Bedford Street in Stamford CT. on September 13 beginning at 7 p.m. The film has received many accolades including the official selection at the San Diego International Film Festival, The Nantucket Film Festival, and was the winner of the 'Award of Excellence' from the Accolade Global Film Competition.
A special Q&A will follow the film presentation and will be moderated by GIFF Chairwoman Wendy Stapleton with the producer Nancy Armstrong and subjects Tom Scott and Tim Armstrong. Space is limited. For Avon Theatre Covid-19 policy visit the Avon Theatre website. Tickets can be purchased at eventbrite.com.
'The Disruptors' was directed by Stephanie Soechtig and Executive Producer-Producer is Nancy Armstrong.
The video is shown here from YouTube is just for demonstration purposes only and explains exactly what ADHD is and is not the same documentary being presented at the GIFF screening. 'The Disruptors' is not yet available for streaming.
For the safety of the theatre's patrons due to Covid-19 policies, The Avon Theatre Film Center will require proof of Covid-19 vaccinations and a valid photo ID for attendance at all screenings and events and will also require masks in all areas of the building, which may only be removed while seated in the theatre.
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