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Global Shorts Forum: Don't Dis My Ability

Global Shorts Forum: Don't Dis My Ability
Don't Dis My Ability – Dedicated to raising awareness of the disabled community and their ongoing struggles and triumphs.

Curious Kaleo
USA, 2017, 11 min.
Fifteen-year-old Kaleo copes with his numerous medical conditions through his passion for art and love of Curious George.
Directors Judie Muhrez, Shana Kheradyar
asia a
USA, 2018, 20 min.
A recent spinal cord injury patient struggles to reconcile his sense of self-worth with his new reality as a paraplegic.
Director Andrew Reid
some nerve
Some Nerve
USA, 2017, 13 min.
Heather Craig is a 21-year-old battling multiple sclerosis. The impact of the disease on her life and family includes triumph over adversity.
Directors Megan Ernst, Nikki Nahai, Emily Tapanes, Dora Wu
sweet mercy
Sweet Mercy
USA, 2018, 14 min.
Fuzzy, a young man with Down syndrome, accompanies his brother Harold on a birthday visit to see their mother, watching out for Harold's criminal-addict ways.
Director Michele Atkins
view from the window
A View from the Window
USA, 2017, 8 min.
An immersive glimpse of a school day through the eyes of deaf children.
Directors Azar Kafaei, Chris Filippone
Take Me to the Waves
UK, 2018, 20 min.
When a cerebral palsy sufferer discovers her romantic feelings toward her caregiver are mutual, she must face the complications.
Directors Jake Taylor-Kipping, Tom Stoker
That Was Awesome!
USA, 2017, 18 min.
Adults with special needs on a floor a hockey team stand up for themselves in the game of a lifetime.
Director Arlen Konopaki

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