Documentary ‘Inside Out’ Focuses on Father’s Perspective of Son’s Autism

UH Hosting Film Screening April 30 in UH Social Work Auditorium

What if everything you know about austim is only half the story?

That question forms the theme of Adam White's award-winning documentary "Inside Out," which details his son's autism and love of comics and monsters.

The University of Houston's department of communication sciences and disorders will present a screening of this film at 6:30 p.m., Friday, April 30 in the UH Social Work Auditorium 2. A reception with filmmaker White and Michelle Ivey, speech pathologist and UH adjunct instructor, will follow the screening.

The screening and reception are free, but an RSVP is required. Reservations can be made by calling the University Speech Language and Hearing Clinic at 713-743-0915.

"Inside Out" was a Remi winner at the 2009 WordFest-Houston International Film Festival and an official selection at the 2009 Comic-Con International Film Festival in San Diego.

Free parking and shuttle service will be available at UH Entrance 8 (4505 Cullen Blvd.).


WHAT: "Inside Out" screening and reception
WHEN: 6:30 p.m., April 30
WHERE: UH Social Work Auditorium 2
WHO: UH department of communication sciences and disorders