Crip club is an online and in-person community & an accessible podcast

We use film discussion to tackle ableism behind the camera, on screen and in cinemas.

The Crip Club Podcast

The Crip Club is redefining what an accessible podcast should look like, which is why it will include BSL translation, a transcript and be accessible on all mainstream platforms.

Each week, The Crip Club will invite a disabled filmmaker to celebrate them and their journey!

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Resources and articles

  • Crip Time

    Crip Club abides by Crip Time. What is Crip Time? Crip Time was created by Alison Kafer, author of Feminist Queer Crip. Crip Time states that: “Rather than bend disabled bodies and minds to meet the clock, crip time bends the clock to meet disabled bodies and minds.“ Crip Club chooses to work to Crip…

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    Crip Time

About The Crip Club

The Crip Club was founded in 2024 by Clare Baines (she/her) with generous funding and support from Shape History.

The Crip Club manifesto is to end the awarding of Cripping Up.

To bring into the mainstream the conversation of Disability Justice.

To create a space where Crips can connect and chat about the thing we all love: film.

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