The story takes place in early 1970 in a summer camp Camp Jened designed for teenagers with disabilities. Feeling isolated and discriminated, a group of teenagers rises to fight for equality. They start a movement which transforms their lives.
The film won the Audience Award at the Sundance Film Festival and is praised by critics for its inspiring storyline. We invite you to feel the spirit of revolution and to witness the fight for equality.
Free entrance, reservation required
ScreeningMay 4, 2021 - 19:00 Live stream online Live stream online Calculate route
How do we work?
The DisABILITY Film Festival wants to challenge the existing image of people with disabilities. Disabled people are not always dependent. Their lives are not all doom and gloom. Starting from this belief, the festival wants to offer a platform to people with disabilities, to work together towards a more nuanced imaging. With the movie screenings, documentaries and workshops we organise, we mean to take a first step in the right direction.