FAQ

Where and when are the films being shown?

 Details of the films and the film venues can be found in the ProgrammeThe films in detail and The venues.

How much does it cost to attend?

 For MEMENTO and FINDING NEMO, which are being shown at The Arts Picturehouse, their normal admission prices apply. See http://www.picturehouses.co.uk/cinema/Arts_Picturehouse_Cambridge/About_Us/Venue_Info/Ticket_Prices/. FINDING NEMO is being shown as one of the Arts Picturehouse's 'Kids Club' features, meaning that adults accompanying children go free.

For ETERNAL SUNSHINE OF THE SPOTLESS MIND, THE HANGOVER and TOTAL RECALL, admission is free, but you will be required to register for a ticket. Tickets will be issued on a 'first come, first served' basis and will need to be presented for admission to the screening. See Get tickets to apply.

Where can I find information on the speakers?

 Information on the speakers can be found on The speakers and on their individual websites.

Do the venues have wheelchair access?

 Both the Arts Picturehouse and The Queen's Building have wheelchair access; see The venues for more information.

Where can I find advice on caring for someone with a brain injury or memory loss?

Headway, The Brain Injury Association, provide information and advice to those living with, or caring for someone with, brain injuries. They can be contacted via their website: http://www.headway.org.uk/. Alongside practical advice on how to manage life with a brain injury, they also offer leaflets and factsheets on a range of topics, from what happens during different types of brain injury to what to do after being discharged from hospital with a minor head injury. Headway can also be contacted by phone on their free helpline: 0808 800 2244. 

Where can I find out more about memory?

 There are a number of resources for learning more about memory. A few are recommended below:

The brain from top to bottom

http://thebrain.mcgill.ca/flash/index_d.html

A particularly good website that allows you to explore memory on different levels (social to molecular) and to adjust the depth of the explanation depending upon your background (beginner to advanced). Also covers other neurobiological topics.

 

Brain resources for seniors

http://www.dana.org/resources/seniors/detail.aspx?id=4580

A website from the Dana Foundation providing links to articles discussing age-related memory loss, and tips to keep your mental agility. 

Brainy kids

http://dana.org/resources/brainykids/

Another website from the Dana Foundation providing links to fun neuroscience websites for children.