Inclusion in the Arts is co-presenting two films at the 2012 Margaret Mead Film Festival at the American Museum of Natural History in NYC. Mention “Inclusion in the Arts” and receive a 20% discount on tickets when you call 212-769-5200!
Purchase tickets now to the world premieres of KEEP ME UPRIGHT (TIENS MOI DROITE) on Friday, November 30@ 6:30pm and A LIFE WITHOUT WORDS (UNA VIDA SIN PALABRAS) on Sunday, Dec. 2 @ 6pm. Both films are eligible for the MARGARET MEAD FILMMAKER AWARD.
KEEP ME UPRIGHT is an intimate, wry, and whimsical self-portrait that incorporates collage and animation to celebrate the healing qualities of art and the power of defining one’s own story.
A LIFE WITHOUT WORDS tells the story of two deaf siblings in rural Nicaragua living entirely without written, spoken, or signed language pose provocative questions about the purpose of words, aid work, and documentary film.