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VIRTUAL SCREENING AND HIP HOP WORKSHOP WITH Q+A

Virtual Screening, Movement Workshop & Q+A - JMaxx and the Universal Language FILM AVAILABLE TO STREAM (FREE) OCTOBER 3-10.JMaxx and the Universal Language: A teenager with autism turns to dance as a way to better express himself. Ian, A Moving Story: Ian who uses a wheelchair. All he wants is to make friends, but discrimination keeps… Continue reading →

VIRTUAL SCREENING AND FREE CHILDREN’S ART ACTIVITY

Virtual Screening and Mosaic Art Project FILMS AVAILABLE TO STREAM (FREE) OCTOBER 3-10.Ian, A Moving Story is about Ian who uses a wheelchair. All he wants is to make friends, but discrimination keeps him away from the playground. This film is being featured free to stream on October 3rd-10th.JMaxx and the Universal Language: A teenager… Continue reading →

VIRTUAL SCREENING AND FILMMAKER Q+A: ART SHORTS

Virtual Screening, Art Talk & Q+A - Art Shorts FILMS AVAILABLE TO STREAM (FREE) OCTOBER 9-16.Don’t Foil My Plans: Justin, an artist with autism in his mid-twenties, wants to pursue an independent life. But what appears simple on paper is not so easily realized. While learning social norms and professional etiquette, Justin learns to navigate… Continue reading →

VIRTUAL SCREENING AND Q+A: SOCK GUYS – 25 PROSPECT ST

Virtual Screening and Q+A - Sock Guys, 25 Prospect St. FILMS AVAILABLE TO STREAM (FREE) OCTOBER 16-23.25 Prospect St: A look at the sparkle and struggles of the Prospector Theater—a nonprofit movie theater in Connecticut with a mission of meaningful employment for people with disabilities. Sock Guys: A peek inside a unique business owned and… Continue reading →

VIRTUAL SCREENING AND Q+A – CODE OF THE FREAKS

Virtual Screening and Q+A - Code of the Freaks FILM AVAILABLE TO STREAM (FREE) OCTOBER 23-30.FILMCode of the Freaks: Taking its title from Tod Browning’s classic film, this radical reframing of how characters with disabilities are represented looks at a century of Hollywood favorites with a fresh perspective. Disability activists imagine a cinematic landscape that… Continue reading →