The longest running disability film festival, Superfest, is coming soon! Join us for the 2014 Superfest International Disability Film Festival on Sunday, November 2nd from 11:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. in the heart of San Francisco at the stunning Contemporary Jewish Museum.
With a panel of judges, all of whom are disabled, we’ve selected a cadre of groundbreaking short films from around the world about many different types of disabilities.
- “The Interviewer” is sure to be a crowd pleaser, in just 13 minutes the filmmakers masterfully draws the audience into the unique experience of an individual with a cognitive disability.
- In the nation’s drive to stamp out bullying in schools, “Restraint and Seclusion” shakes things up, revealing the untold story of institutional bullies who harm our most vulnerable disabled children.
- “Krutch” is sure to raise eyebrows, as it shatters stereotypes about people with physical disabilities.
- And of course, all films are fully audio described!
And don’t forget the after party from 6:00 to 9:00 p.m. at the Thirsty Bear on Howard Street near 3rd in San Francisco.
November 2 will be a Sunday to remember at the Contemporary Jewish Museum in San Francisco because Superfest International Disability Film Festival is taking over. You won’t want to miss this family film festival (there are adult films too!), featuring shorts which take a look at disability in cinema. The festival runs from 12:00 to 5:30 p.m., and your ticket will include admission to the entire museum.
Find out more at the festival superfestfilm.com.