Wednesday, January 10, 6:30pm
Aspen Film Isis Theatre | 406 E Hopkins Ave, Aspen
$20 General Admission | $15 Aspen Film Member
$50 Full Series GA | $35 Full Series AF Member
This evening’s selected films, feature documentary, THE CRASH REEL and short film, TREVOR KENNISON – DAY ONE, portray the frailties of our physical bodies and the ways loved ones, nature, and, technology can help one to overcome a life-threatening injury and continue to lead a resilient life. Our guest Amanda Boxtel will talk with THE CRASH REEL director, Lucy Walker, about the exoskeleton technology that has allowed her to walk again after a skiing accident that resulted in a spinal cord injury. She is the founder of Bridging Bionics with a mission to help individuals who have neurological mobility impairments regain mobility and walk again.
Learn more about our featured guests and the Science on Screen series.
Amanda Boxtel – CEO Bridging Bionics
Lucy Walker – Director, THE CRASH REEL
Bridging Bionics has a mission to provide access to affordable and ongoing physical therapy and advanced technology for all individuals with neurological mobility challenges.