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One Fine Day

DIRECTED BY SIMA GONSAI
7 MIN / NARRATIVE / 2015 / UK

Travel through an imagined world in “One Fine Day”. This short dance film presents a collection of rhythmic and witty scenarios capturing the adventurous world of Freefall Dance Company.

One Question

Directed by Anthony Di Salvo
7.5 min / documentary / 2012 / USA

35 people with developmental disabilities answer the same one question: If you could change one thing about yourself, what would you change?

Paul

DIRECTED BY KIRSTY GRIFFIN & VIV KERNICK
6 MIN / DOCUMENTARY / 2016 / NEW ZEALAND

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.


Road to the Grand Final

DIRECTED BY MARK HELLINGER & JESSE MASKELL
6 MIN / DOCUMENTARY / 2014 / AUSTRALIA

Williamstown Seagulls FIDA Football Club exists to provide sporting opportunities to people with an intellectual disability in the Inner Western Suburbs of Melbourne. This is the story of their 2014 season.

Ryan Matthews: Basically Me

DIRECTED BY LEN KAMERLING
9 1/2 MIN / DOCUMENTARY / 2014 / USA

Ryan Matthews is an accomplished artist with Asperger’s Syndrome. Since childhood he has been perfecting the expression of his singular subject: TRAINS.

Sheri and Paul

Directed by Anthony Di Salvo
11 min / documentary / 2004 / USA

A couple shares their personal thoughts on love and marriage in this candid and touching portrait. Sheri Pearl and Paul Kiok sat in front of the camera one afternoon and spoke candidly about their relationship and the feelings they were experiencing 3 months before their wedding.

Siblings

DIRECTED BY PAUL MCNEILL
10 MIN / DOCUMENTARY / 2004 / CANADA

Siblings is a touching look inside the world of those who have grown up with a sibling who has a developmental disability. This film explores the many challenges siblings, as well as the added responsibility that is thrust upon them at a very early age.

Simon

DIRECTED BY KIRSTY GRIFFIN & VIV KERNICK
5:30 MIN / DOCUMENTARY / 2016 / NEW ZEALAND

Simon gives us a glimpse in to the complex world of deafness and autism. We begin to understand him, we see a gentle, strong hardworking man, interested in the world around him. A peek through a crack in a door firmly shut.

Snack and Drink

Directed by Bob Sabiston
4 min / ANIMATION / 1999 / USA

An animation starring Ryan Power, a teenager with autism living in Austin, Texas, which documents his trip to the local store for a snack and drink.

SOLO IN THE WILD – A SAFE PLACE TO REST

DIRECTED BY RAY JACOBS
4 1/2 MIN / EXPERIMENTAL / 2016 / UK

Being on the lookout, ever shifting, awake to danger. Moments of abandon letting go and enjoying the sensations of the forest, finally resting and being held by the forest. Performer: Graham Busby