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Docs about Disability Rights

Documentary is happy to debut an exclusive clip from David P. Zucker’s documentary Your Friend, Memphis , which will be available to stream on Amazon
We asked the IDA team for their favorite documentaries to watch during Disability Pride Month.
Winner of the Directing Award for US Documentary at this year’s Sundance Film Festival, Reid Davenport’s debut feature, I Didn’t See You There, is
When I was a child, I remember my father having one of those giant Panasonic cameras for home movies. I am one of six kids; I was the quiet, twiggy
As film festivals start to move from an exclusively virtual space, I was looking forward to moseying over to Austin for South By Southwest after
The founding of FWD-Doc (Filmmakers with Disabilities-Documentary) can be traced to IDA’s 2018 Getting Real conference in Los Angeles. After a panel
Who would've thought that summer camp could lead to a movement that has made a significant impact in the USA and worldwide? In the early 1970s, a
Editor’s Note: Filmmaker Jason DaSilva premieres his latest work, When We Walk , an IDA Pare Lorentz Doc Fund grantee, at the Hot Docs Canadian
Leah Smith defiantly refuses to believe she needs to be "fixed." A media and entertainment advocate for the Center for Disability Rights, who holds
In the middle of shooting my first feature documentary, I stole away to Sundance, hoping for a little inspiration. I happened to catch Josh Aronson's