2017 
Wednesday, October 11
@ Gateway Film Center
6:00p - Happy Hour in the Torpedo Room
7:00p - Film Screening, No Ordinary Hero: The Super Deafy Movie & Speaker, Professor Bill Bauer, "Why do we need a superhero?"
No Ordinary Hero: A Super Deafy Movie - trailer link

Thursday, October 12
@ Ohio History Connection
6:00p - Adaptive Sport Vendor Fair & Reception
7:00p - Film Screening & Dialogue on inclusive sports
Saturday, October 14
@ Lincoln Theatre
1:30p - Doors open; Sensory-friendly art-making with Shelbi Harris
2:00p - Family-friendly short film series

Strings film still and link to trailer

SHORT FILMS trailers:
1. Strings (Cuerdas) - (11 min). María’s routine at school is altered by the arrival of a child who soon becomes her best friend. 
****Sensitivity Alert**** Strings is an award winning film that contains the passing of a main character and addresses themes of fragility, friendship, death, and the beauty of memories. The death is discussed, not seen, but families should be aware. Please participate in art-making activities during this film if you do not wish your child to watch this portion of the series.
2. Anything You Can Do - (7 min). Two boys face off. But when the stakes are at their highest, will victory be sweet?
3. Hear This! - (15 min). When 10-year-old Tristan wants his dad to become the trainer of his soccer team, the club won’t allow it because his father is deaf. Tristan decides to prove them wrong.
4. The Battle - (3 min). Kayah Guenther is a young artist struggling to find his place in the world. Born with trisomy 21, he narrates his story through dance.
5. Picked - (8 min). A girl's quest for the "perfect" pumpkin sets her apart from her peers.


2017 Sponsors
   City of Columbus, Department of Neighborhoods  Art Makes Columbus, Columbus Makes Art
   The Columbus FOundation logo
 
Saul Schottenstein Foundation B