‘The House We Lived In’ screening April 10 at DPC

The Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders is hosting a public presentation of the film “The House We Lived In,” with a post-screening talk and Q&A with the filmmaker Tim O’Donnell and his father. 

A decade in the making, O’Donnell confronts family, memory and addiction as he chronicles his father’s journey to recover lost memories following a traumatic brain injury. Using experimental approaches with projected installations, he attempts to find those missing memories in hopes of finding the dad he used to know. As memories return in the form of dreams, the family struggles with acceptance of this new version of their father. 

The screening will be on Monday, April 10, at 6 p.m. in DP Corbett Room 100. Free parking is available at the Collins Center for the Arts lot. 

Register to attend the screening on campus or remotely here.