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I’m Painting Some Imagination

Directed by Linnea Widen
14 min / documentary / 2010 / Sweden

This is a portrait of two artists with intellectual disabilities who use their art to express themselves and reflect the world as they sees it.

La Tinaia

DIRECTED BY FRANCESCO FARALLI
5 MIN / DOCUMENTARY / 2010 / ITALY

Meet the artists of “La Tinaia”, a center for expressive activities located in Florence (Italy).
Their art works constitute a rehabilitation path through the artistic expression and a real possibility to reach the art market.

Lou Je M’Appelle Lou

Directed by Luc Boland
5 min / music video / 2012 / Belgium

Lou, a boy with developmental disabilities and blindness performs a heartfelt song about his life, his enjoyments and his challenges.

Man Without Direction

DIRECTED BY JOHANNES STJÄRNE NILSSON
15 MIN / NARRATIVE / 2015 / SWEDEN

A dark, humoristic and surrealistic journey inspired by Dante’s Inferno.

Marina’s Ocean

DIRECTED BY CASSIO PEREIRA DOS SANTOS
17 MIN / NARRATIVE / 2014 / BRAZIL

A 15-year old girl with Down syndrome starts a personal journey to visit the sea for the first time.

Martin the Ghost

Directed by Aslak Danboldt
25 min / documentary / 2009 / Norway / Norwegian with English Subtitles

Martin is severely brain damaged due to a car accident, and can no longer move or speak. Martin used to live life in the fast lane. Now he’s working as a ghost.

My Little Brother From the Moon

Directed by Frederic Philibert
6 min / animation / 2008 / France

A young girl tries to understand why her little brother, who has autism, is not like the other children and gives her version of the facts.

Recycling of Souls

Directed by Piotr Malecki
5 min / documentary / 2011 / Poland

A personal view of people with learning disabilities working at a recycling plant in Warsaw, Poland.

Ruggero

Directed by Franco DiPietro
14 min / narrative / 2012 / Italy

A story about how we react when something important has been stolen from us.

The Eighth Day

Directed by Jaco Van Dormael
108 min / narrative / 1996 / Belgium / French with English Subtitles

A chance encounter one night between Georges and overworked businessman Harry (Daniel Auteil) sets the scene for a carefully-crafted examination of love, loss and the rediscovery of life.