The only distributor of films exclusively featuring people with intellectual and developmental disabilities.


Our House

Directed by Sevan Matossian
83 min / documentary / 2003 / USA

Laura, Tim W., and Tim S. were born with developmental disabilities and are now living outside an institution for the first time. This documentary verite explores the intimate and original view of human struggle told through the stories of these unique individuals.

Out of Our Minds

Directed by David Carlin
52 min / documentary / 2000 / Australia

The Australian theatre group Back to Back consists mainly of actors with learning difficulties. For some time now, Mark, Rita and Sonia have been making up the hard core of this unusual ensemble. In OUT OF OUR MINDS, filmmaker David Carlin follows them in their preparations for a new piece.



To Paul, Thames is a place where he feels especially connected and empowered. People in the Thames community know Paul. He is the first client at the trust and has been there now for 22 years. With equal amounts of strength and vulnerability, he quietly pursues the things in life which make him feel strong and happy.

He is the team leader and participant of the Thames Valley Special Olympic’s team as well as an active committee member of Totally Thames Community Group, helping out at all of the community events gives Paul a sense of himself.

Permission to Grow

Directed by John Chester
25 min / documentary / 2005 / Australia

The Random 1 team meets Kevin, a shy, young man with special needs. He has a simple request: help him find his first date. While not in the match-making business, when Christina steps out of her car, they realize they have the opportunity to help Kevin experience what we all want…to feel accepted.

Play. Stop. Rewind

Directed by Gerald Fantone
16 min / narrative / 2011 / Canada

On the day of their mother’s funeral, Dani finds his brother Joel, a boy with special needs, hiding under the bed. Together they try to come to terms with her absence.

Rainbow Connection

Directed by Kire Paputts
19 min / narrative / 2012 / Canada

A teenager with Down syndrome, spends hours drawings his favourite thing, rainbows. But behind his seemingly colourful world is a reality he can’t escape, his mother’s illness.

Rainman Goes to RocKwiz

Directed by Russell Kilbey
30 min / documentary / 2010 / Australia

Mark Boerebach lives in a black and white world but he dreams in color. A nearly blind recluse with Asperger’s Syndrome, can he break out of his constrictive routine and show his amazing music chart recall on a live TV quiz show?


14 1/2 MIN / DOCUMENTARY / 2018 / USA

As a 12-year-old grapples with identity, his family faces the emotional realities of his autism diagnosis.