ReelAbilities Film Festival: Toronto is Canada’s largest film festival showcasing disability and Deaf cultures and it’s on from May 29 to June 4.
If you’ve never been, it’s definitely worth attending! And the great news is that if you’re a parent or educator, student tickets are FREE and they are inviting classrooms from around Toronto to join the ReelEducation Matinees on May 30, May 31, June 1, and June 4! You can see the full lineup of films, speakers, times, and venues here: http://reelabilities.org/toronto/reeleducation/
Simply email Rachel at rachelL@mnjcc.org with your school’s name and the number of students and adults that are coming to reserve your spots!
Here is the synopsis for each film:
Just, Go! http://reelabilities.org/toronto/film/just-go/
Perfectly Normal for Me: http://reelabilities.org/toronto/film/perfectly-normal-for-me/
Partially Compensated: http://reelabilities.org/toronto/film/partially-compensated/
Mr. Connolly has ALS: http://reelabilities.org/toronto/film/mr-connolly-has-als/
A Different Kind of Day: http://reelabilities.org/toronto/film/a-different-kind-of-day/