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The Film

Spectrospective 2017: The Film

Stories of the colour pink. Stories of Barbie dolls and racing cars. 
Stories of independence and travelling through Scotland.
Stories of adult diagnosis and finally making sense of the world.

Informative, enlightening and inspiring, Spectrospective: Stories of Autism 2017 presents the diverse world of autism as experienced by those living on the spectrum. Watch it and gain real insights into the lives of those with autism, and the opportunities presented for all when there is greater understanding.

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The Film

Encore Screenings. See it on the big screen!

If you missed Spectrospective: Stories of Autism 2017 at Village on World Autism Awareness Day, no worries, we’re doing encore screenings!

See Spectrospective and Disney family favourite Moana, Saturday April 22 and Sunday April 23 at 11am. With tickets from only $5, invite family and friends to a Sensory Friendly Film Session near you.

There’s nothing like seeing it on the big screen!

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Participate. Support. Learn

Schools

Your school can support World Autism Awareness Day in April 2017. Host a gold coin event, make your own film, create an exhibition or show our 2017 Spectrospective film to help raise understanding about autism.

Register your school to receive more information.

Download our info pack below.

Or check out our Resources page.

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Participate. Support. Understand.

Workplaces

Support World Autism Awareness Day during April 2017 by hosting a gold coin event, showing the 2017 Spectrospective film, or sharing information throughout your workplace, and you’ll be helping to create greater understanding of autism.

Register your workplace to receive more information.

Download our info pack below.

Or check out our Resources page.

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About

Spectrospective 2017

Spectrospective is an initiative enabling people with a lived experience of autism, and their families and supporters, to tell their stories of autism by creating a film.

Now in its third year, Spectrospective gives autistic people a voice, and increases awareness and understanding about autism within the broader community.

In 2017, we’re inviting schools and workplaces to show their support.

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Participate. Support. Understand.

Sponsors & Partners

Spectrospective is an annual initiative that has been created to give voice and opportunity for all autistic Australians. This dynamic project has been made possible through several generous sponsors and partners committed to community inclusion.

Find out more about our Sponsors and Partners below.

To find out more explore our Resources page.

Or click below to make contact with us or request Sponsors and Partners information.

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Support

Info

250,000 Australians are autistic.

The media has an important role to play in helping Amaze to raise awareness and increase understanding about autism by telling and sharing the many and varied unique stories of autism.

Media coverage and Spectrospective media resources are now available.

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Questions

Have you got further questions about World Autism Awareness Day or Spectrospective 2017?

Don’t miss your opportunity to participate or to find out more.

All enquiries are welcome.

Contact Amaze today with your enquiry.

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