CALL FOR FILMS on Disabled People for International Disability Film Festival
Brazil’s International Disability Film Festival is licensing films to be screened on a new TV program about disability for Brazil’s Public TV (TV Brasil). They are searching for short films on this issue. These can be either documentary, fiction or animation films as long as there is a disabled person as the main character. The running time cannot exceed 25 minutes. If you have or know of a film with these characteristics that may interest Brazil’s International Disability Film Festival, please contact them at the following email addresses:
Introduction: We are the producers of Brazil’s International Disability Film Festival. www.assimvivemos.com.br After three editions the festival will become a weekly TV program on Brazil’s Public TV. www.tvbrasil.org.br Brazil’s Public TV Broadcast covers the whole Brazilian territory. The Brazilian population is about 200 million people (98% are TV viewers).
Hoping to here from you soon,
Lara Pozzobon & Gustavo Acioli
This post is slightly modified from an announcement circulated on the Global Partnership on Disability and Development (GPDD) listserv.
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