Kids with Culidiscope Minds

By Rhys Kenyon

Kids With Culidiscope Minds is an experiential film. The inspiration for the film is born out of experience and the film principal character, the student, must undergo an experience throughout the film designed to teach him. The film is about learning disabilities that is why the name of the film is spent wrong a reflection of my own dyslexia it is also why the title frame at the start of the film runs so quickly to represent how subtitles in films often move to quickly for me to read them. this film started with an analogy. ADHD (a learning disability I also have) is like being forced to watch TV while someone else flicks through the channels. I have used this analogy as inspiration and have taken it to a logical conclusion trying to show the anxiety of living in a world ruled by the desire for normality.