Web Design: Lesley Willis and Julie McNamara Julie McNamara 2011
Design Jessica Worrall
Design Libby Watson
A glimpse into the hidden collections of medical museums. This tragi-comic tale reflects on the way disabled people have been collected asking why some lives are valued above others.
There's so much.more to browse through in the Archive. Take a peek.
Left Julie McNamara in Pig Tales (2002-2008)
Michele Martinoli, design concept Linda Spackman, Cutting Crew.
Creators of London’s Disability Film Festival, Caglar Kimyoncu and Julie McNamara return to BFI to curate the best of the fests. In partnership with Mayor of London Liberty Festival, BFI presents four exciting sessions celebrating the extraordinary talent and imagination of disabled filmmakers from a selection of Deaf and Disability Film Festivals across the globe. Sept 1st 2012 @ NFT3 and NFT studio
I dream, I dare, I do
This documentary explores the stories of three creatives with learning difficulties looking for a break in theatre and film. The only thing standing in their way is your attitude and mine.
Left, Alan Clifton as Jeeves
Image and design Julie McNamara
Written alongside the playwright's mother Shirley McNamara. This is a surprising piece suggesting you can live well with dementia. Let Me Stay is a love letter straight from the heart with a wicked underlying humour - a tribute to 'the Queen of the Mersey'with much mischief and a wonderful sense of glee!
Julie McNamara has created and contributed to a wide body of diverse work. Click on images or titles to find out more.
The Knitting Circle
Based on the lived experiences of
people confined in asylums and long stay hospitals closed in the 1980s and 90s. This production based on over 70 testimonies offers a chilling glimpse inside the world of the long care system with some extraordinary tales of survival.