$25,000 Gift to help fund ReelAbilities: Cincinnati Disability Film Festival
A gift from the Hatton Foundation will be contributing toward bringing a national film festival, focused on films by and about individuals with disabilities, to Cincinnati.
Founded in 2007 in New York, ReelAbilities is the largest national film festival dedicated to sharing the stories, lives and art of people with disabilities. Last year, Cincinnati participated as a host city for the festival. In March of 2013, local nonprofit agencies Visionaries + Voices and Living Arrangements for the Developmentally Disabled (LADD) will be presenting the festival for its second appearance n Cincinnati, with over 14 screenings taking place throughout the city. Their goal is to create a city-wide arts and culture event that will showcase Cincinnati’s diversity while celebrating the lives and artistic expressions of people with disabilities.
ReelAbilites: Cincinnati Disabilities Film Festival will be taking place March 9th through March 16th in 2013. For more information on the festival, visit www.reelabilities.org or visit the ReelAbilities: Cincinnati Disabilities Film Festival Facebook page.
About ReelAbilities: Cincinannati Disabilities Film Festival
Founded in New York four years ago, ReelAbilities is the largest national film festival dedicated to sharing the stories, lives and art of people with disabilities. The films consist of over 70 jury selected, award winning pieces from around the world.
The 2nd Annual Cincinnati ReelAbilities Film Festival: Different, Like You, will be taking place in Cincinnati March 9-March 16, 2013. Hosted by local agencies Visionaries + Voices and LADD, this national film festival will be held in theatres and locations across Greater Cincinnati including the Cincinnati Art Museum, the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center, the Contemporary Arts Center, and the Esquire and Kenwood Theatres. Over 14 screening events will take place in Cincinnati throughout the festival.
Visionaries + Voices
Director, Fund Development and Public Relations