ReFramed is a podcast and vodcast series that explores the representation of people with disability in TV & Film. Join us as we analyse, praise and critique everything from Australian films to Game of Thrones. The series will be available on Youtube and all your favourite podcast apps.
Join us for the final episode of ReFramed Season 1!
This week, we welcome Akii Ngo - an advocate, model, writer and consultant based in Melbourne. Akii brings a range of lived experiences to this episode, and an interesting take on 'Love and Other Drugs'. The 2010 film stars Anne Hathaway and Jake Gyllenhaal, with the former acting as a young woman with Parkinson's.
This week we welcome the incredible Nina Tame to ReFramed.
Nina is a writer, content creator and disability advocate. Her educational and hilarious content shines a light on ableism, representation, parenting children with disability, and everything in between.
Nina joins us this week to help analyse Finding Nemo - a 2003 Disney film, which has been a family favourite for the past 20 years.
Tune in to find out more about Nina, and ...
This week, we have the incredible Angel Dixon on with us to help analyse 'Raising Dion' - a Netflix series that follows a boy who develops some serious super powers.
Angel joins us with a range of knowledge and experience in the field of representation and inclusion. She has worked tirelessly to effect change in fashion, on screen and beyond. Angel was previously CEO of Attitude Foundation, and currently serves as a member o...
Welcome back to ReFramed - Disability in Media!
This week, we welcome the lively Rhiannon Tracey to help analyse and discuss 'The Sex Lives of College Girls'. Rhiannon is an all-round powerhouse full of energy. She runs her own wellness and recovery centre - The Next Step - and also works as a model, influencer and key note speaker.
Join Robyn, Jason & Rhiannon on this week's episode.
This week, we welcome Carly Findlay - a passionate activist, author, and speaker. She also works as Access and Inclusion Coordinator at Melbourne Fringe.
Carly joins Robyn & Jason to review Malory Towers, a BBC show that can be viewed on ABC iView in Australia. Not only is Malory Towers an Enid Blyton adaptation full of nostalgia, it also features Beth Bradfield - an actress with facial difference.
Tune in to learn what our ...
This week, we welcome the incredible Tracey Vieira - Chief Content Officer at Hoodlum (an Emmy® and BAFTA Award-winning production company based in Australia, the US and the UK).
Tracey joins Steph & Jason to review Hawkeye, one of Marvel's newest instalments on Disney+
Tune in to hear their thoughts on the portrayals of disability in the series, as well as Tracey's incredible insight to the film & TV industry.
This week, we welcome Carson Tueller to the podcast. Carson has amassed a following on social media, through sharing his honest journey through acquiring disability, unlearning ableism and his career in personal and professional development.
Along with Jason and Steph, these three ReFramers analyse A Quiet Place Part 2 - which picks up immediately after A Quiet Place. Like the first film, Part 2 centres around the Abbott family - in...
THE INTERSECTIONAL QUEEN HAS ARRIVED! 👑
A very warm welcome to Tobi Green Adenowo, who joins us from the UK on this week’s episode. Alongside Jason & Robyn, Tobi helps us analyse one of our recent favourite animation films - Luca.
It’s a week of laughs, great reviews, and (as always) amazing chats about disability representation in film and TV.
This week, we are lucky enough to be joined by Catia Malaquias, as we discuss Netflix series The Witcher. The series follows a range of characters navigating a fantasy world of demons, magic, demon hunters, and (of course) politics.
One of the key characters in the series - Yennefer - begins her journey as a young woman with disability, which is exactly why we're reviewing the series on this podcast!
Tune in to hear our thoughts...
Join us again this week as we discuss The Peanut Butter Falcon, a film about a man with Down syndrome who runs away from a residential nursing home to pursue his dream of becoming a wrestler. On his journey, he meets with an outlaw who becomes his friend and coach.
We are thrilled to let you all know that this week's guest is Graeme Innes - former Disability Discrimination Commissioner, and an absolute legend for disability rig...
Welcome back, fellow ReFramers!
This week we welcomed the wonderful James Parr to the show. James is a model, advocate, triathlete, writer and more!
This week we analyse 'The Secret Garden'. The film follows a young girl who is displaced early in the film, and ends up living with her uncle. Here she finds a garden, friends, and a cousin - Colin, a wheelchair user who spends all his time in bed.
Join us as we discuss this very...
This week, we have the incredible K Shantel join us to discuss one of Marvel's newest films, Eternals.
Eternals follows an ancient group of superheroes, who are tasked with destroying their evil counterparts - The Deviants. As always, there's a few twists and turns - and the film seemingly sets up a new set of films in the MCU. We discuss Eternals because one of the main superheroes - Makkari - is Deaf and is played by Deaf ...
And we're back with Episode 6 of ReFramed, where Steph, Jason & Robyn met to chat about the past few months and analysed Sex Education.
Sex Education (can be watched on Netflix) follows an eclectic bunch of young adults as they navigate their last few years of school, sexuality, identity and more. In Season 2, we're introduced to the show's first visibly disabled character - Isaac.
You'll have to watch this ep to...
Wow - you've made it to episode 5!
Thanks for sticking with us. You're about ready to start educating your friends and family about disability representation. Or just let us do the hard yards, and send them our way!
This episode, Jason rambles on with Robyn and Jason McCurry - a man with a variety of lived experiences of disability, who works in empowering young people with disability to create the change they hope for in the...
You're now on episode 4, and it's time to re-introduce Robyn Lambird (they/them, she/her) to the series! Jason and Robyn chat all things inclusion, disability representation, and welcome Ming Luo (she/her) as their special guest. Ming brings an array of experiences with her, including lived experience of being blind.
The trio discuss the following media pieces:
You're up to the third episode of 'ReFramed - Disability in Media'!
In this episode, Jason & Steph catch up with Genevieve Clay-Smith and discuss 2 very important pieces of media:
Welcome to episode 2 of 'ReFramed - Disability in Media'!
This episode, Jason & Steph chat with the hilarious Rose Callaghan. Follow along, as they analyse:
The first episode of 'ReFramed - Disability in Media' introduces us to Jason Clymo (series host) and his co-hosts, Steph Dower and Robyn Lambird. Together they explain where this podcast series was born from, and why disability representation is so important.
Learn about the completely made-up "Inclusive Disability Representation Scale" (IDR Scale), and follow along as the trio discuss the Netflix series 'Specia...
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