46 min / documentary / 2002 / USA
This realistic yet loving portrait counters saccharine portrayals of people with developmental disabilities. Marni and Kris, married in 1993, live and work in NYC. Laced with irreverent humor, their story questions the meaning of “intelligence.”
Daisy waits in a bar for her online date – he is late. A man offers her a drink and she mistakes him for the date who has stood her up.
The film follows a bride and groom’s various journeys on the morning of their wedding, with an expected twist.
A high school student with Down syndrome pursues her crush in hopes of securing a date for the Valentine’s Day Dance.
A short, experimental film depicting 12 different perspectives on universal, human emotions – all revolving around ‘love’.
A look into the dedication of direct support professionals during and after hurricane Katrina. For months they put others before themselves.
A poem by Mark VanSlyke and recited/performed by Gina Watson two people with intellectual and developmental disabilities.