KIN Screening at Towner

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Join us on Wednesday 5 July at Towner Eastbourne for a private screening of our new short documentary KIN, directed and produced by Tim Corrigan and Esther Springett. 

Growing up Mell wished her autistic brother could speak – now, in adulthood, she realises you don’t have to talk to explain what you need. KIN is a coming of age story between two sisters (Mell and Janine) and their neurodivergent and autistic brother (Carl), exploring sibling relationships, family duty and care.

Carl and Mell look at a phone together.

Image: Still from KIN and Mell, Carl and Janine 2023 Courtesy of the Sexton family

KIN will be screened alongside a programme of films by Project Art Works and a Q&A with Esther, Tim, Mell and Janine. The Q&A will be hosted by Sarah Dunne who manages the Support Collective, a group of people with lived experience of disability, family carers, support workers, and representatives from health and social care.

If you have any questions about the event or want to make us aware of any access issues you have please email

Book tickets via Eventbrite here.

Find out more about Carl Sexton and his practice here.


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