Join us for a family-friendly, sensory-friendly collection of shorts focusing on individuals on the autism spectrum. Screening includes:
Dir. Harriet Maire
9 min, New Zealand, Narrative
Anna's routine is unexpectedly interrupted when someone takes her seat on the bus.
SPECTRUM: A STORY OF THE MIND
Dir. Jill Jones
24 min, USA, Documentary
An inventive animated and live action documentary about autism and sensory perception. Featuring Temple Grandin
WINSTON'S GHOST: THE PHOTOGRAPHY OF RYAN GUSTMAN
Dir. Brian Binder, Brian Mezerski + Daniel Spiller
9 min, USA, Documentary
Ryan combines his loves of photography and urban exploration, documenting abandoned buildings in Winston Salem, North Carolina.
Presented as part of ReelAbilities R&R, an afternoon of free, family-friendly programs at JCC Manhattan.
All screenings followed by conversation. Visit ny.reelabilities.org for full program and ticket information.
ReelAbilities strives to include all people. Individuals requiring accommodations to participate should contact the screening venue directly by February 16.
ASL interpretation, CART, Audio Description, and information in Braille are available upon request. All films are captioned and all venues are wheelchair accessible.
Audio Description provided by Michele Spitz, Erin deWard, and David Linton.