Event Date(s): November 6, 2012 -
09:45 to 11:45

VSA Ohio invites central Ohio students and community youth groups to attend a FREE film screening during the ReelAbilities Columbus Disabilities Film Festival. 

When: Tuesday, November 6, 2012

9:45 am - Arrival
10:30 am - Film Screening begins
11:20 am - Deaf culture discussion and demonstration
11:30 am - Departure

Location: King Arts Complex, 867 Mt. Vernon Ave. Columbus OH 43203

Recommended for ages 10+


Pre-Registration is required - click here to download the registration form (PDF).

About White Balance
Drama / Israel / 45 minutes

Twelve-year-old Itamar has a deep passion for ice skating, but he is slowly losing his hearing and balance, forcing him away from his dream. He refuses to accept his doctor's orders and his parents' wish that he stay away from the ice rink. Natalie, his new partner, a wild and disobedient girl, decides to help him. Together they grow within a complicated world of adolescence.

About ReelAbilities Columbus
This November, VSA Ohio will present the ReelAbilities Columbus Disabilities Film Festival. The first of its kind in central Ohio, ReelAbilities promotes awareness and appreciation of the lives, stories, and artistic expressions of people with disabilities, through the easily accessible art-form of film. Post-screening discussions and other engaging programs bring communities together to explore, discuss, and celebrate the diversity of our shared human existence. ReelAbilities includes international, award-winning films at five venues throughout Columbus and a completely accessible program of events. 

For additional information please contact Morgan Green at 614.241.5325.

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