Sproutflix, founded in 2009, hosts the largest and most diverse collection of films featuring people with intellectual and developmental disabilities (I/DD) on the marketplace. With over 280 titles, Sproutflix hopes to reinforce accurate portrayals of individuals within this community, help breakdown stereotypes and promote a greater acceptance of differences and awareness of similarities.
We believe film can inspire, inform and spark change.
All the films in the Sproutflix catalogue are available for rental and download. The costs are noted on the film’s details page. For rentals the video file will remain on the platform. For download purchases the actual video file will be sent to you.
DVDs can be purchased for select films.
Sproutflix playlists are a dynamic way to spark discussion and invigorate your clientele. You select the films and the length of time you want the playlist to be active, this will determine the related cost. We will provide you with a customized playlist, in an online, sharable, user-friendly format.
Allows the subscriber to stream all the films in the catalogue (280 films), monthly ($100) or annually ($999), with unlimited views. We also offer monthly and annual subscriptions ($65/$600) to each of these select categories: Autism (150 films), Down syndrome (140 films), and Intellectual Disability (112 films).
A unique insight of a bright young man, who surprisingly survived his near fatal accident and is able to tell his story with brutal honesty.
Ziggy loves wigs, guitars and David Bowie. She has a hundred skills and one handicap.
In the Somali refugee population of Minnesota, many American-born children are being diagnosed with severe Autism.
A crazy night out for a hardcore man with Down syndrome and all his friends! Please note: contains adult content.
A young adult with severe autism, Alex is functionally non-verbal and makes what we in the verbal world call art.
This is a portrait of two artists with intellectual disabilities who use their art to express themselves and reflect the world as they see it.
A music video of improvisational musicians from a Hamburg community of people with developmental disabilities.
Focusing on an institution located in Staten Island, NY, this film, with reporter, Geraldo Rivera, was one of the first exposés on local TV.
Lori and Peter are showing how people with intellectual disabilities can live, work and thrive in a community.
Hip-hop artist Cam Lasley: “I see it on TV – hear it on the radio – what’s a little boy to do?”
Sam has a passion to be a dancer, but is too shy to realize her dreams. When Peaches materializes one night, Sam’s dreams transform into reality.
This documentary follows Kyle as he prepares to compete in the 2014 Washington State Special Olympics.
A glimpse into the lives of two young individuals with Down syndrome living happy and fulfilling lives.
A teenage girl who feels left out and ignored by her peers, is inspired to do something audacious in order to get noticed.
The Random 1 team meets Kevin, a shy, young man with an intellectual disability. He has a simple request: help him find his first date.
A film crew captures the happenings during the making of a vampire film as reality becomes blurred.
A young man’s charm and charisma challenges the prejudices of a stranger at a bus stop.
An Academy Award nominated documentary on a woman with autism’s inner world, her writing, and the friends she makes.
A unique group of performers with intellectual disabilities prepare for their first public performance at the Sydney Opera House.
An insight into two brothers: acclaimed Aboriginal actor Aaron Pedersen, and Vinnie, who has an intellectual disability.