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THE SCIENCE/FICTION OF HUMAN ENHANCEMENT

 
 
 
 
 

 About

From botox to bionic limbs, the human body is more “upgradeable” than ever. But how much of it can we alter and still be human? What do we gain or lose in the process? Award-winning documentary, Fixed: The Science/Fiction of Human Enhancement, explores the social impact of human biotechnologies. Haunting and humorous, poignant and political, Fixed rethinks "disability" and "normalcy" by exploring technologies that promise to change our bodies and minds forever.

 

 
 

Trailer

 
 

 

Cast & Artists

CAST

ARTISTS

 

 

FILM Team

Regan Brashear

Producer | Director | Editor

Josh Peterson

Co-editor

Jamie LeJeune

Co-Producer | Camera | Colorist | Online Editor

Chris Brierley

Composer

Hannah Swenson

Associate Producer

Florencia Marchetti

Camera

Renny McCauley

Graphics and DVD authoring

Jackie Grieff

Production Assistant

Karla Claudio Betancourt

Production Assistant

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Educational Purchase

DVD or streaming rights for colleges, universities, K-12 schools, museums, community groups, public libraries and corporations

 

Home Use

Note: It is a violation of copyright to host a public screening using the home DVD or home use streaming option. In order to stay legal and support the filmmakers who made FIXED, please buy one of our Institutional/ Educational DVDs through New Day Films.


 

Screenings

October 16th, 2019 - Old Dominion University, Norfolk, VA

 Press

 
 
 
 
 

  • Article in Our London, “Tangled Proving Every Body Has Potential”

  • Journal of Responsible Innovation review.

  • School Library Journal “Pick of the Day” review.

  • Print Interview with FIXED Director on Beacons and Balefires.

  • Video of interview with FIXED Director, Regan Brashear, and writer and scholar, Gina Maranto, Center for Genetics and Society.

 
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For Educators

This film is extremely important and will be very valuable for faculty from dozens of different disciplines from the biological sciences to disability studies to the humanities and social sciences.
— Clark Miller, Chair, PhD Program, Human and Social Dimensions of Science and Technology, ASU
 

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