An ASL interpreter signs for the founder of FilmScene, Andrew Sherburne, during the Iowa Disability Film Festival. Photo by Kathy Le | The Daily Iowan
An ASL interpreter signs for the founder of FilmScene, Andrew Sherburne, during the Iowa Disability Film Festival. Photo by Kathy Le | The Daily Iowan

FilmScene launches first annual Iowa Disability Film Festival

The nonprofit theater partnered with the University of Iowa to platform the festival in Iowa.


FilmScene launched its first annual Iowa Disability Film Festival on Wednesday.

During this three-day festival, which runs from March 20-22, three independent films are scheduled to be shown, centering around stories of individuals who have disabilities: “Full Circle,” “Being Michelle,” and “A Friend Indeed: The Bill Sackter Story.” Read more…


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