Based on a bestselling book in which a 13-year-old Japanese autistic boy explains his experience of the world, The Reason I Jump is a beautiful film about being autistic.
The film mixes the boy's descriptions of autism with the experiences of five other remarkable young people from around the world, showing how their experiences are often intense and overwhelming, but also often joyful and rich.
The film's director Jerry Rothwell has created a powerful movie that will leave you with a new understanding of the varied experiences of people with autism.
How To Book
Online: When you click on the showtime you prefer you will be re-directed to the Curzon booking page. This will open a new website, where you will be able to choose your seats by clicking the spaces you want and proceed as a guest or member to the check out to buy your ticket. You will receive your e-tickets as an email.
Over the phone: You can call Curzon Customer Support on 08719 642838 and ask them to book your ticket for you. They'll then send you your ticket by email.
Box office: you can also book your tickets at all three bars at Curzon Bloomsbury.
The relaxed screenings for next week are already available to book, future screenings will only be available one week in advance, due to Covid-19 measurements.
If you are on low income, you can email us on email@example.com to request one of our limited free tickets.
Please note that we accept CEA cards
COVID-19 Safety Measures
COVID-19 safety measures will be in place and signposted throughout the cinema.
Please wear a mask when entering the cinema, but if you feel uncomfortable you can take it off. All our and Curzon staff are wearing masks and practice social distancing.
Additional cleaning measures are in place and the screen and seats will be thoroughly cleaned between film showings.
Please note that due to COVID-19 restrictions you are not allowed to move around the screen during the film.
You can read more on Covid-19 Safety measure from Curzon here.
When you get there
Follow the signs from the ground floor down the stairs to Level -2 to our Bertha DocHouse screen.
If you need any assistance, look out for our staff members with orange lanyards around their neck or ask any Curzon staff member. On the day of the screenings, Tom (a white man with brown hair, a beard and round glasses), Tilly (young white woman with short blond hair) or Nora (a young white woman with short brown hair, ) will be there for any questions.
Food and drinks are available at all three bars (ground floor, level -1, level -2), for the menu please click here. You are however allowed to bring your own food and drinks.
In the Bertha DocHouse screen and Lounge sensory-friendly adjustments will be made, which include adjusted sound and lights.
There will be a countdown and the film will start promptly at the advertised showtime with no trailers.
Please note that due to COVID-19 restrictions you are not allowed to move around the screen during the film. If you have to move seats you MUST tell a member of staff.
Should you need to leave the screen you are free to do so when needed and the DocHouse lounge offers a space to relax.
This film includes scenes that might be distressing for some guests, it will include subtitles which will warn you about these distressing scenes before they happen.
This event is part of Film Feels Hopeful, a UK-wide cinema season, supported by the National Lottery and BFI Film Audience Network. Explore all films and events at filmfeels.co.uk.