Roman doesn’t speak – not a word in 26 years. But the joy he takes in filming and being filmed is one expression of his life with autism.
Despite medical hardships, learning disability and challenges “fitting in” with peers, Ben’s love for life and for music shines.
Follow Jayden, a two and half year old diagnosed with autism, through his first months of school in the Bronx.
At the age of 57, Anand’s aspergers diagnosis brought a sense of validation with a lingering sadness.
An Academy Award nominated documentary on a woman with autism’s inner world, her writing, and the friends she makes.
Since childhood Ryan, an artist on the spectrum, has been perfecting the expression of his singular subject: TRAINS.
“Ups Not Downs” shows how one family in the UK deals with day-to-day life with a child with Down syndrome.
20 year-old artist Kayah Guenther explores his strength and masculinity through dance.
Hip Hop artist Cam Lasley performs against the backdrop of crime scenes, parking garages and the streets of Portland, Oregon.
The film follows a bride and groom’s various journeys on the morning of their wedding, with an expected twist.
If acting wasn’t a hard enough job to land, throw in being disabled and see what reaction you’d get.
During a road trip, Michael, a young man with Down syndrome, is determined to convince his brother to teach him how to drive.
Free follows the path to freedom of people with intellectual disabilities that are locked away in Croatian institutions.
A theatre group prepares for a large-scale spectacle, to be staged in a stadium for an audience of 5,000 people.
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 poem by Cam Lasley, a hip-hop artist with Down syndrome, is performed/recited by Marlon Foster, a young man with an I/DD.
Burt is a man who survived decades of inhuman treatment to become a person who enjoys life to the fullest.
A touching and personal poem written by Anonymous and recited/performed by Nadirah McFadden.
Jeffrey has a certain flair and a passion to be with people, to help others and enjoy life!
A glimpse into the lives of two young individuals with Down syndrome living happy and fulfilling lives.
An inspirational short documentary about a boy with Down syndrome and his love of baseball.
As a 12-year-old grapples with identity, his family faces the emotional realities of his autism diagnosis.
Jack Blond is a regular guy with Down syndrome who idolizes James Bond.
A poem by Mark VanSlyke and recited/performed by Gina Watson two people with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
A film crew captures the happenings during the making of a vampire film as reality becomes blurred.
A couple shares their personal thoughts on love and marriage 3 months before their wedding, in this candid and touching portrait.
A tale of love, money, the mob, the FBI and a 1968 Chrysler 300 convertible. A Sproutflix Production.
During an emotional time in his life Jimmy is enrolled at a boarding school. While there he gets a crush on a waitress and meets a ghost.
A poem written by Emily Meek in which she states a variety of her wishes. A Sproutflix Production.
Corey shines as he tells the story of his new life as an artist living with a brain injury.
A ride through the psychedelic sights and sounds of a theme park as you are slowly worn down by the will of young man with autism.
Brothers and sisters have a unique window into each other’s world especially when one of the siblings in the family has autism.
Brian is a teenager with autism who indulges his imagination by creating characters, sculptures, and creatures from twist-ties.
35 people answer the same one question: If you could change one thing about yourself, what would you change?
This film takes a rare look at the controversial subject of parents with intellectual disabilities and their children.
An animation starring Ryan, a teenager with autism, which documents his trip to the local store for a snack and drink.
Jamie has a learning disability and despite being close to nonverbal, he demonstrates charisma, humor and emotional sensitivity.
Lucy thinks her brother, Luka, is broken. His obsessive, meticulous, infuriating arrangements of sugar cubes and thimbles prove it.
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.
Illustrated by sand paintings, the film dives into the hidden world of Veronika, a child with autism and multiple physical disabilities.
“Mark” will question our tendency to rush through life, while we ignore beauty and fulfillment in the many instances that pass us by.
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