Too Autistic for Black is a story that explores what it’s like to be Black, British and marginalised in the autism discourse. In the short film, the filmmaker and TV presenter, Tee Cee, talks openly about her own and others’ experiences.
New original social responsibility documentary
Too Autistic For Black
Written, directed and presentedby Talisha ‘Tee Cee’ Johnson, streaming now on discovery+ for Autumn / Winter 2022
A Royal Television Society nominated TV creative - Talisha Johnson known professionally as Tee Cee is a TV Producer, TV Presenter and Author who made her writer-director debut on her new short documentary‘ Too Autistic For Black’commissioned by Warner Bros. Discovery as part of their Black Britain Unspoken series on discovery+ for black history month.
Hailing from Birmingham, Tee Cee has won ten commissions for her ideas and formats across various channels including BBC Three Birmingham’s first in-house commission‘My Mate’s A Bad Date’ (Broadcasts International Hot Picks Formats 2020).
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