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


Ups Not Downs

Directed by Matt Whittingham
10 min / documentary / 2007 / UK

Have you ever wondered what it would be like to live with someone with a disability? Ups not Downs shows how one family in the UK deals with day-to-day life with a child with Down syndrome. Maybe this documentary will challenge your outlook on life.


Directed by Mark Michel
7 min / documentary / 2011 / Germany / German with English Subtitles

As a child Veronkia was certified to have an IQ of zero; she has multiple physical disabilities. Nobody could imagine that she might have an alert mind.

Watching Over

Directed by Megan Tan
3 min / documentary / 2012 / USA

78-year-old Del Rae attends church, volunteers and participates in water aerobics. She also takes care of two 52-year-old women with Down syndrome. Together they support each other.

Where’s Molly?

Directed by Jeff Daly
72 min / documentary / 2007 / USA

“Where’s Molly?” Since he was 6 years old, Jeff Daly kept asking that question. When his sister Molly was not yet 3 years old, she was taken from their “perfect” home, never to return.

Willowbrook: The Last Great Disgrace

Executive Producer Albert T. Primo
28 min / documentary / 1972 / USA

Focusing on an institution located in Staten Island, NY, this film, with reporter, Geraldo Rivera, was one of the first exposés on local television. As a result of its airing on WABC-TV, the manner of treating people with disabilities was forever changed.


Directed by Stephen Lance
15 min / narrative / 2007 / Australia

A coming of age tale takes on new depth as a young girl with Down syndrome learns about love, sex and looking out for those who need our protection.