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

CHILDREN

Keith and Daniel

Directed by David Alvarado
12 min / documentary / 2011 / USA

An intimate portrait of a family in Iowa whose lives begin to change when their first son is diagnosed with a rare behavioral disorder.

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.

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.

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.

Spectrum: A Story of the Mind

PRODUCED BY JILL JONES & BRENT YONTZ
23 MIN / ANIMATION-DOC / 2015 / USA

Spectrum combines live action and animation to explore the inner sensory experience of autism. Spectrum reveals the underlying sensory differences that create an autistic perspective. The story is a series of character driven portraits beginning with Temple Grandin. Other characters include poet Tito Mukhopadhyay, artist Judy Endow, martial artist Nick Walker, and a group of young, energetic children.

Spectrum: Autism Animated

PRODUCED BY JILL JONES & BRENT YONTZ
6 MIN / ANIMATION-DOC / 2015 / USA

Spectrum combines live action and animation to explore the inner sensory experience of autism. Spectrum reveals the underlying sensory differences that create an autistic perspective. The story is a series of character driven portraits beginning with Temple Grandin. Other characters include artist Judy Endow.

Talk To Me

Directed by Vanessa Kaneshiro
27 min / documentary / 2003 / USA

This documentary takes viewers into the lives of children with autism at home and at school, and profiles the efforts of their parents and teachers to help them achieve their potential.

The Horse Boy

Directed by Michel Orion Scott
93 min / documentary / 2009 / USA

The Horse Boy is a touching tale of family resilience in the face of a young boy’s autism. An up close and deeply personal look at a devoted couple’s heart-wrenching decision to travel to the ends of the earth to heal their son.

The Hummingchild

Directed by Heidi Sundby
28 min / documentary / 2011 / Norway / Norwegian with English Subtitles

After epileptic seizures as a baby, Agnes was suspected of having autism. Her mother, a filmmaker, focuses on the inner family sphere.

The Other Child

Directed by Jon Kent
13 min / documentary / 2009 / USA

Brothers and sisters have a unique window into each other’s world. When one of the siblings in the family has autism, that window provides a penetrating view into this fascinating and often misunderstood developmental disability.