Locked In


World Premiere

USA | 36 MINUTES | English |


Documentary, Sports
After falling victim to a pair of illnesses at age 11, Victoria Arlen lived with locked-in syndrome for four years. Locked In, directed by Alison Ellwood (No Limits, American Jihad), tells the story of her recovery and eventual gold-medal victory in swimming at the 2012 London Paralympics.

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Directed by Alison Ellwood

Alison Ellwood is a director, producer, and editor whose work spans documentary and narrative film and television. Among her credits are American Jihad, which she directed, the Academy Award®-nominated documentary Enron: The Smartest Guys in the Room, for which she served as editor and producer, and the Emmy®-winning series American High, which she directed.
Alison Ellwood
Gary Cohen, Niki Usbay McDonald
Alison Ellwood
Victoria Arlen


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