Mar 12

ReelAbilities Film Festival

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Dir. Catherine Tambini

57 min, USA, Documentary


At a unique after-school dance program in Queens, kids with a variety of physical and developmental challenges pair with teenage volunteer helpers and create an inclusive environment too often absent in our world.


The film will be followed by discussion with Elizabeth Hemmerdinger, Producer, and Catherine Tambini, Director, as well as film protagonists Jake Ehrlich, Caitlin McConnell, Allison McConnell, Kara McConnell, Steve McConnell, Alexandria Vega, Maya Vega, Laura Ariza, Rene Vega, and Joann Ferrara, Director of Dancing Dreams.


Accessibility at Lincoln Center is proud to present a screening and discussion as part of the annual ReelAbilities Film Festival. ReelAbilities Film Festival promotes awareness and appreciation of the lives, stories, and artistic expressions of people with different abilities. 


Part of ReelAbilities Film Festival: New York

March 8–14, 2018

For full festival schedule and information, visit:



-Accessible seating and restrooms available

-Assistive listening devices with neck loops and headsets available

-Film screened with open captions

For more information or to request additional accommodations, please contact [email protected] or 212.875.5375.


Presented in collaboration with Accessibility at Lincoln Center


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Seating is available on a first-come, first-served basis.

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