Meet the artists of La Tinaia, a center for expressive activities located in Florence, Italy.
A film crew captures the happenings during the making of a vampire film. Reality become blurred as the actors lose themselves in their roles.
35 people answer the same one question: If you could change one thing about yourself, what would you change?
We see the development of love, admiration and enormous devotion between two brothers once separated by the Willowbrook State School.
Actors with learning disabilities rehearse an acclaimed play by Claire Luckham, “The Choice”, a play about abortion.
With a congenital condition which is never named, we see how Carl supports the community and the community supports Carl.
Siblings is a touching look inside the world of those who have grown up with a brother or sister with a developmental disability.
At the age of 57, Anand’s aspergers diagnosis brought a sense of validation with a lingering sadness.
The story of a group of women as they explore their own lives and memories through drawings and animations the director created from their artwork.
Burt is a man with developmental disabilities who survived decades of inhuman treatment to become a person who enjoys life to the fullest.
A personal look into the lives of three couples with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
Brandon lives in a silent world of deafness and autism. He moves to an uncomplicated rhythm.
A tale of love, money, the mob, the FBI and a 1968 Chrysler 300 convertible. A Sproutflix Production.
We follow Topsy and Dave as they grasp the idea of marriage, what it means to them and how things will change.
This video might make you think what people’s lives could be like if we focused more on their abilities, rather than their disabilities.
78-year-old Del Rae attends church, volunteers and participates in water aerobics. She also takes care of two women with Down syndrome.
As students in a photography group practicing interviewing techniques, a simple question receives surprisingly diverse and complex answers.
24 people answer the same question: “If you could change one thing about yourself, what would you change?”
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