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Karate Ruler

Directed by Anthony Di Salvo
14 min / narrative / 1999 / USA

The year is 3168 and planet Earth is being threatened by the evil Natas, from planet Olvidan. Hope for a peaceful future lies in the hands of the Karate Ruler. All actors in this sci-fi thriller have developmental disabilities.

KILL OFF

DIRECTED BY GENEVIEVE CLAY-SMITH
15 MIN / NARRATIVE / 2017 / AUSTRALIA

A vivacious woman with Down Syndrome forms an unlikely friendship with a Sudanese refugee through their mutual love of the street dance, KRUMP.

Laser Beak Man

Directed by Jon Adams
10 min / documentary / 2010 / Australia

A child who was never expected to walk or speak overcomes incredible odds to become an accomplished visual artist with his animation series screening around the world.

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JASON SUKADANA
6 MIN / DOCUMENTARY / 2015 / AUSTRALIA

Doctors said he might never communicate. Watch the remarkable story of how Tim Sharp found his voice through art and became an international sensation with Laser Beak Man.

Learning To Drive

DIRECTED BY RODERICK STEVENS
20 MIN / NARRATIVE / 2016 / USA

During a road trip to scatter their mother’s ashes at the Grand Canyon, Michael, a young man with Down syndrome, is determined to convince his caring but clueless brother, Red, to teach him how to drive. Unfortunately, Red has not only found himself overwhelmed by the additional responsibility of caring for Michael, but is distracted by a sudden opportunity that has changed their travel plans and possibly their lives. In a quirky, humorous turn, Michael takes it upon himself to prove his resolve.

Let Me Be Brave

Directed by Mike Tolin
45 min / documentary / 1991 / USA

On February 15, 1990, a group of 12 athletes with developmental disabilities, ages 19 to 30, along with coaches, CBS Sportscaster James Brown and a film production team, began an expedition to ascend Mt. Kilimanjaro, Africa’s tallest peak.

Lifestyles of the Poor and Unknown

Directed by Nancy Fliesler
46 min / documentary / 2002 / USA

This realistic yet loving portrait counters saccharine portrayals of people with developmental disabilities. Marni and Kris, married in 1993, live and work in NYC. Laced with irreverent humor, their story questions the meaning of “intelligence.”

Lonely Road

DIRECTED BY CAM LASLEY
2 1/2 MIN / MUSIC VIDEO / 2014 / USA

One of the songs from hip hop artist Cam Lasley’s fourth album. Now at the age of 31, Cam begins a new chapter in his life writing songs that reflect becoming a man, a role model and an artist.

Love and Independence in East Providence

DIRECTED BY KASSIE BRACKEN
10 MIN / DOCUMENTARY / 2014 / USA

Lori Sousa knew Peter Maxmean was her soul mate when they first met, and now they are showing how people with intellectual disabilities can live, work and thrive in a community.

LOVE YOU TILL I DIE

DIRECTED BY CLEM STAMATION AND GUILIA MCGAURAN
2 1/2 MIN / ANIMATION / 2017 / AUSTRALIA

Rudely Interrupted, an independent rock group with 3 of the 4 members living with disabilities, releases their 5th studio project ‘Love You Till I Die’. The lead single is incredibly colorful, visually honest and super engaging.