An animated documentary that explores the challenges of growing up and living with Asperger’s Syndrome.
Bastion, the barber, was having an ordinary day. As he was preparing to head home, in entered the harmless fool.
A trip between the real and the imaginary as characters dance to the rhythm of hope in a world without future.
Lovely, simple, and compelling, this film highlights the work of a dance company consisting of people with intellectual disabilities.
Explore the playful ambition of Hannah Dempsey, a young dancer and athlete with Down syndrome.
A short, experimental film depicting 12 different perspectives on universal, human emotions – all revolving around ‘love’.
In this story, Max is the principal dancer in a choreographed work that is inspired by the watery world of his dreams.
Lost to himself and the world, Mr. D is drawn into a world of long corridors, lethal waitresses and talk show hosts.
Travel through an imagined world in this short dance film as it presents a collection of rhythmic and witty scenarios.
An animation starring Ryan, a teenager with autism, which documents his trip to the local store for a snack and drink.
Moments of abandon letting go and enjoying the sensations of the forest, finally resting and being held by the forest.
A daily visit to a tree, a wish, and an outpouring. Erika created this solo during a residency in the woods of Pembrokeshire, Wales.
A journey mapping life’s up and downs along the length of a tree branch, finding moments of serendipity, anger and letting go.
The composer listens, finds his place, and dances with the world. Shot in the beautiful woods of Pembrokeshire, Wales.
As Matthew becomes the drag queen, Mrs. Sparkle, he shares what the transformation means to him.
20 year-old artist Kayah Guenther explores his strength and masculinity through dance.
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.
A short film using the camera invented by the Lumiere Brothers. Made by Jaco Van Dormael, the director of “The Eighth Day”
The film deals with disability, emphasizing how ephemeral is the distinction between normal and different, when related to love.
A silent Felliniesque film about a man who decides to go to the park to relax. There he finds himself in an unusual circumstance.
When Eyes invade the town of Merryville; the intruders soon make the town unlivable. Features an entire cast of people with I/DD.
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