Last Call for Submissions: Superfest 2015

Filmmaker John Schaffer and Laura Nagle receive the Superfest 2014 Excellence Award for Vectors of Autism: A Documentary about Laura NagleDon’t miss the chance to submit your film. Film submissions are being accepted through March 15th, 2015.

This year we are accepting submissions for short (under 45 minutes) and full length films in all categories, including fiction, animation, documentary and children’s films. Please visit the Superfest website, and see our submission guidelines for more details. Don’t forget to spread the word.

The LightHouse is proud that every film shown at Superfest is fully audio described for all attendees, one of the key accomplishments in involving the blind in the wider disability film festival.

About Superfest
Superfest International Disability Film Festival is a showcase of juried films held in the San Francisco Bay Area. This annual competition celebrates cutting-edge cinema that portrays disability culture in all its diverse, complex, and empowering facets, and is the longest running festival of its kind in the world.

Started in the 1970’s, Superfest is currently coordinated by the Paul K. Longmore Institute on Disability at San Francisco State University and LightHouse for the Blind. This November, 14 and 15, the Bay Area will come alive with the visions of film and media makers exploring the rich diversity of disability culture. Stay tuned for upcoming events and announcements!