This two-night film festival brings films from the international ReelAbilities Film Festival, to host a taste of ReelAbilities on the USU campus. This event will highlight films written and directed by and about women with disabilities with special guest speakers from the USU community. The event will be at the Eccles Conference Center Auditorium, parking in the Big Blue Terrace and Blue Premium lots are free after 5pm and on Saturday. Light refreshments will be served.
Night one (March 27th) will show two films, Shakespeare in Tokyo (short – 2018, Genevieve Clay-Smith) and Perfectly Normal for Me (feature – 2017, Catherine Tambini).
Night two will show three films – two shorts and a feature. CODA (short, 2019, Erika Davis-Marsh), Milky Pop Kid (short, 2016, Johanna Garvin), and Defiant Lives (feature, 2016, Sarah Barton).
This event was funded by the USU Year of the Woman and by the Center for Persons with Disabilties.