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Tweetable Logline: Her brain is broken. Her mind is limitless. A film about a young
woman’s cerebral haemorrhage with outcomes no one could have predicted
Elevator Pitch: “My Beautiful Broken Brain” is about life changing in the blink of an eye and a personal voyage
into the complexity, fragility and wonder of the last biological
frontier, the human brain. It’s something that could happen to any of us
– a film born out of necessity to help a young woman make sense of
having to start her life again when she was only half way through it,
following a brain haemorrhage – with discoveries and outcomes that no
one could have predicted.
It’s a story of hope, transformation and the limitless power of the human mind.
Production Team: Producer/Director Sophie Robinson, Co-Producer/Director Lotje Sodderland, Editorial Producer Michael Houldey, Editor Jim Scott, Sound Design Nick Ryan
About the Production: “The most extraordinary thing about this film is that just 3 days
after her brain haemorrhage, still in hospital, Lotje started filming
herself terrified she was losing her mind and memory. Unable to speak or
make sense of the world, she asked her family to contact me (having
only met me once before) to ask if I would help her document her rapidly
changing life. Two years later we find ourselves with hundreds of
hours of footage of one of the most remarkable stories I have ever had
the privilege to be part of. Now we want to share it.”
Current Status: Raising funds to go into edit.
For more information and to support this project: Kickstarter Page