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 (138 films), and Intellectual Disability (112 films).
A music video for the band, Delay Treesby, starring and featuring the artwork of director Teemu Erämaa’s brother, Tomi.
Meet Eddie. He’s a seventeen-year-old boy with Down’s syndrome. He’s stubborn and charming, funny and sometimes temperamental.
Two artists with autism embark on a global quest to change attitudes about disability and intelligence.
Andrew is somewhat verbal and can do most basic self-care tasks. He craves the same independence that his brother and sister enjoy.
This animation is a dream sequence of Debbie, a young woman with Down syndrome.
A young girl tries to understand why her brother, who has autism, is not like the other children and gives her version of the facts.
A coming of age tale takes on new depth as a girl learns about love, sex and looking out for those who need protection.
A fast paced, stream of consciousness insight into the day-to-day journey of a person with Asperger’s Syndrome.
Young adults interview their parents about what it was like when they were children.
A journey mapping life’s up and downs along the length of a tree branch, finding moments of serendipity, anger and letting go.
A silent Felliniesque film about a man who decides to go to the park to relax. There he finds himself in an unusual circumstance.
A high school student with Down syndrome pursues her crush in hopes of securing a date for the Valentine’s Day Dance.
In an age where photography is over-saturated, Ryan combines his photography skills and love of urban exploration.
Three couples travel towards a destination, by foot, by road and by motorbike across a beautiful landscape.
“Ups Not Downs” shows how one family in the UK deals with day-to-day life with a child with Down syndrome.
Brothers and sisters have a unique window into each other’s world especially when one of the siblings in the family has autism.
A unique music video from Lebanon with a universal message of acceptance and tolerance.
Rachel writes a letter to her future children describing her experiences of caring for her big brother.
An animated music video Rudely Interrupted’s tours around the globe, from airports to hotels, from the suitcase to the stage.
Jess is a true creative with a unique style of her own and the confidence to show her creations to the world.