The Autism News Network Experience Movie

Come join us for a special screening of The Autism News Network Experience Movie at the MUSC Institute of Psychiatry Auditorium! This event is a unique opportunity to watch a film created by individuals on the autism spectrum, sharing their stories and perspectives. Get ready to be inspired and gain a new understanding of autism through the eyes of those who live it every day. Don’t miss out on this enlightening and empowering experience! Get your free tickets here!

Can’t make it to the live event? You can watch online. We will be livestreaming the event on Webex! Log on at 7PM April 25th to joins us virtually.

Click here for the livestream!

Webinar number: 2630 311 9638
Webinar password: mfWJc7bZ4b6

Meet The Autism News Network Team


Hi I'm Amy. I like YouTube, video games, anime, and FNAF. Things you should know about me are: I have high functioning autism, but I am very friendly.


My name is Cameron and I am a member of the Autism News Network. I have Asperger's Syndrome. In my spare time I like to listen to music, travel, and watch tv.

Chris Cole

I'm a pretty open minded and carefree guy when I can be. I'm into video, board, card games and a good number of things. I will do what I can to help others in the spectrum as well.

Jacob Mathias

My favorite hobby is playing video games, which are Nintendo Switch games. My favorite video game franchise is Mario and my favorite character is Mario.

Kristina Blake aka DQ (Drama Queen)

I like playing games, listening to music, I love children, and I absolutely love my group with the ANN. I interview, produce, edit, and post videos for the ANN.



Melissa Goldfine aka BG (Broadway Girl)

I enjoy editing videos for fun and love Broadway musicals. hope to gain a lot of editing skills from Autism News Network in order to one day work in a job where I can get paid to do what I love in life.


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Scott Biehl aka Godfather

My interest includes cars, trains, planes, nutcrackers, woodworking, tools, and kids. I love helping to teach autistics how to live and improve my own life.

Who we are

The Autism News Network (ANN) is made up of adults with autism who are passionate about creating media content and showing the world what individuals with Autism can do!

Clinicians from the Medical University of South Carolina, under the direction of Dr. Frampton Gwynette, provide support and coaching for the ANN participants.

What we do

ANN participants conduct and film interviews with exciting guests, edit and produce media content, and post completed projects to the ANN’s website and social media platform.

Donate to The Autism News Network

You can help support adults with autism by donating to the Autism News Network today. Deposit your coins into the ANN piggybank by clicking the button below.