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

SIBLINGS / FAMILY

Siblings

DIRECTED BY PAUL MCNEILL
10 MIN / DOCUMENTARY / 2004 / CANADA

Siblings is a touching look inside the world of those who have grown up with a sibling who has a developmental disability. This film explores the many challenges siblings, as well as the added responsibility that is thrust upon them at a very early age.

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.

Strong Love

Directed by Bonnie Burt
56 min / documentary / 2007 / USA

The story of world-class weight lifter Jon Shapiro and his childhood sweetheart Holly James, both of whom were born with Down syndrome.

Sweetheart

DIRECTED BY EVA RILEY
15 MIN / NARRATIVE / 2012 / UK

Lou may have Down syndrome but she is more than capable of looking after herself. She lives with her controlling sister Ashley, who always gets what she wants. When a new man comes into their lives, the sisters become love rivals, bringing their relationship to a head. (*mature content)

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 Boy Inside

DIRECTED BY MARIANNE KAPLAN
43 MIN / 2006 / DOCUMENTARY / CANADA

An intensely personal film about growing up with Aspergers Syndrome, The Boy Inside follows Adam as he struggles to make sense of bullies, girls and life in the real world.

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 Interviewer

Directed by Genevieve Clay
13 min / narrative / 2012 / Australia

Thomas Howell gets more than the bargained for in his interview at a prestigious law firm.