The Big Picture: Rethinking Dyslexia Trailer

The Big Picture: Rethinking Dyslexia Trailer (2012)

29 October 2012 Factual 60 mins

Though up to 20% of students are dyslexic, many pass through school unidentified, misunderstood and performing below their potential. Paradoxically, these disorders are often found in highly intelligent, creative minds, and can also be seen as a gift, because many people with dyslexia naturally think outside the box and see the big picture, finding alternative solutions to problems that others might not see.

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Cast

David Boies

as Himself

Toby Cosgrove

as Himself

Geralyn Lucas

as Herself

Skye Lucas

as Herself

Tyler Lucas

as Himself

Gavin Newsom

as Himself

Bonnie Patten

as Herself

Karen Pritzker

as Herself

Dylan Redford

as Himself

Crew

Karen Pritzker

Karen Pritzker Executive Producer

Ayumi Ashley

Ayumi Ashley Color Designer

International Releases Dates

United States 29 October 2012

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