My Name Is Siri (2022) | Global Health Film

My Name Is Siri (2022)

Directed by Sarah Moshman, 25 mins

World Premiere

In the San Francisco Bay Area, the Chettipally family has been quietly raising three children for the past 30 years.  

One of their children is the incredibly special Siri, who was diagnosed with non-verbal autism at the age of three.  Against all odds, Siri bravely fought through many hurdles to create a meaningful life while also learning to communicate like never before.  

My Name Is Siri is an inspirational story about resilience, a mother's unconditional love, and a family determined to create a better life for their daughter.  

Festival passes, ticket bundles and single tickets

  • Full online festival pass: £55
  • Five-ticket bundle: £19.75
  • Three-ticket bundle: £12.75
  • Single ticket: £4.75 

Get your online festival pass and ticket bundles today!

Livestreamed screening and discussion

Wednesday 30 November, 19:00 GMT

We have a wonderful double-bill on autism for you: join us on the evening of Wednesday 30 November for our livestream screening and discussion of My Name Is Siri followed by The Thousand Gates of Filippo. This session will be moderated by Alice Hawryszkiewycz, Global Health Film Advisory Board member. Full panel details to be confirmed over the coming weeks, but the line-up will certainly include the directors of both films and members of both Siri and Filippo's families.

To join the livestream: once you've got your pass or ticket bundle, pre-order My Name Is Siri and register for the livestream using the link in your confirmation email.

Global Health Film is registered in England and Wales under charity number 1179829 and company number 10436509. Registered address: 10 Queen Street Place, London, EC4R 1BE
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