12 episodes

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.

ReFramed - Disability in Media Attitude Foundation

    • TV & Film

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.

    ReFramed Episode 12

    ReFramed Episode 12

    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 - including Regan, a Deaf teenager. The Abbott's navigate their alien-infested world, as Regan strives to find a way to defeat the aliens for good.

    Tune in to hear our thoughts, and find out our IDR scores!

    • 39 min
    ReFramed Episode 11

    ReFramed Episode 11

    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. 

    • 39 min
    ReFramed Episode 10

    ReFramed Episode 10

    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!

    • 34 min
    ReFramed Episode 9

    ReFramed Episode 9

    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 rights in Australia. 

    Guess what!? He's also a big fan of the podcast! YAY!

    • 27 min
    ReFramed Episode 8 - James Parr & The Secret Garden

    ReFramed Episode 8 - James Parr & The Secret Garden

    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 interesting (and mostly terrible) portrayal of disability!

    • 25 min
    ReFramed Episode 7

    ReFramed Episode 7

    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 actress, Lauren Ridloff. 

    Follow along with this episode to find out what Jason, Steph & K Shantel thought of the disability representation in Eternals.

    • 28 min

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