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ReelAbilities Columbus Presents: An Evening of Shorts

ReelAbilities Columbus proudly presents: An Evening of Short Films

All films will be FREE to screen and available to view virtually for up to 24 hours with registration. Details on how to access each film will be sent to to you directly, once registered. Register by clicking here.

All films will be Open Captioned. Audio Description will also be available to interested parties.

Rating: PG13

–Schedule–

7 pm: Films

8:15 pm: Virtual Film Talk-Back and Panel with Joyce Kleinman, Jenni Berebitsky’s mother, and Marlin Seymour from the Central and Southern Ohio ALS Association.

–About the Films–

Milky Pop Kid: An actor and disability consultant is asked to help a former child star prepare for his triumphant comeback in a likely award-bait role. Click here to view trailer.

Grateful, the Jenni Berebitsky Story: In this short documentary by Studio Nethercott, Jenni boldly shares what her life has been like with ALS and how she chooses to move forward. Click here to view trailer.

Take Me to the Waves: When Clementine shares her romantic feelings towards her caregiver, she must face the complications that exist. Click here to view trailer.

JMaxx and the Universal Language: A teenager with autism turns to dance as a way to better express himself. Click here to view trailer.

Date

Jun 17 2020
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Time

7:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Labels

reelabilities

Location

Online
Website
https://bit.ly/APOEvents
Category
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