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

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Bright Simple

Directed by Brandon Faris
5 min / documentary / 2008 / USA

The story of a unique art studio which gives artistic and cultural opportunities to artists with disabilities, building an inclusive environment where all artist feel valued.

Brooklyn Love Tales

DIRECTED BY ANTHONY DI SALVO
12 1/2 MIN / DOCUMENTARY / 2016 / USA

A personal look into the lives of three couples with intellectual and developmental disabilities.

Bumblebees

DIRECTED BY JENNA KANELL
4 MIN / NARRATIVE / 2015 / USA

Despite being told as a child he would never speak or walk, Vance accomplished what doctors thought was impossible. But now he has a new challenge: dating.

BURT I, II & III

Directed by Anthony Di Salvo
25 min & 8 min & 2 min / documentary / 2002 & 2005 & 2010 / USA

Through first person anecdotes which reveal a savant’s amazing memory, we meet Burt, a man with developmental disabilities who survived decades of inhuman treatment to become a person who enjoys life to the fullest.

By Any Other Name

Directed by Dave Midell
15 min / narrative / 2010 / USA

One day the monotony of Jared’s life is up-ended when he meets his pretty new co-worker Marissa. Before they know it, they develop a close friendship, one unlike either of them, ever experienced before.

Can I Call You?

DIRECTED BY BENJAMIN ROSLOFF
3 MIN / DOCUMENTARY / 2014 / USA

Ben is a young man looking for the perfect relationship but wonders if the fact that he has autism changes the way girls relate to him.

Cared Witless

Directed by Karen Sheader
10 min / narrative / 2007 / UK

This award-winning film tells the story of Glen, a young man with Down syndrome, played by David Miller, on a shopping trip with a personal assistant from hell.

Cassilly: How I Got To College

Directed by Sara Banks
20 min / documentary / 2002 / USA

Cassilly: How I Got To College is a compelling story of a young woman who has overcome barriers and whose successful participation in a community college has enhanced the quality of her life.

Celeste

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

Social butterfly, fun-loving, theatrical Celeste spends her days surrounded by friends and flatmates. On the occasions where she needs some alone time, she enjoys setting herself up in her beautiful room, and watching back episodes of her favorite soap operas. At times the lines between reality and fantasy can become a little blurred.

Chimes for Tyler

DIRECTED BY STEPHEN PANAGGIO
8 MIN / DOCUMENTARY / 2014 / USA

“Chimes for Tyler” is a story about a boy with autism named Tyler Doi who loves wind chimes.