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As a farewell from the Getting Older Film Club until we come back in September, this recent debut film from the US looks at the difficulties of going through puberty in a 21st-century world dominated by mobile technology and social media. Kayla Fisher is in final days of middle school and struggling with social anxiety while navigating the increasingly confusing and sexualised society of her peers. The resulting film is hilarious and moving in the way it deals with establishing your sense of your self and your body as they change and develop.
Part of the Getting Older Film Club, for more information go to the SAACY events webpage.
This screening is open to all and free to attend. No booking required - but if you are from outside King’s, please email Joe on firstname.lastname@example.org to be added to the security list at the Strand Building reception.
These screenings are supported by the Centre for Health Humanities (CHH) at King’s. Join the CHH mailing list for updates on news and events.
Event detailsRoom K-1.56
Strand, London, WC2R 2LS