Autism Stories: Rebecca Faith Quinn

“I decided that I really wanted to write a film that explains autism, but shows it in a normal light, like it’s something that’s no big deal. Because, yes, even though the selling point of my film is that she is autistic, it’s still a normal relationship. And I don’t feel like a lot of media surrounding autism presents autism in that way,” says Rebecca Faith Quinn. Rebecca joins this episode of Autism Stories to discuss the film she wrote and acted in about an autistic woman going out on a first date.

To watch Rebecca’s film visit https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pTVC5UdeItA&t=20s

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