Superfest: The International Disability Film Festival

Sunday, November 2, 2014, 5:00 pm
Still from The Interviewer
This 28th annual festival celebrates disability shorts, all films less than 50 minutes selected among submissions from North America, Latin America, Europe and Australia. The films bring to the screen a variety of topics and disabilities, each helping move forward Superfest's mission to celebrate cutting-edge cinema that portrays disability culture in all its diverse, complex and empowering facets. Free with museum admission. Tickets available soon.
Contemporary Jewish Museum, 736 Mission Street, San Francisco,
San Francisco LightHouse for the Blind, Paul K. Longmore Institute on Disability
Contemporary Jewish Museum
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Films and award winners

  • The Interviewer (Australia), directed by Genevieve Clay-Smith and R. Bryan, Best of Festival Award
  • Vectors of Autism: A documentary about Laura Nagle (United States), directed by John Schaffer, Excellence Award
  • Once Again (United States), directed by J. Spottswood Moore, Excellence Award
  • Everything is Incredible (Honduras), directed by Tyler Bastian, Trevor Hill and Tim Skousen, Merit Award
  • The Nature of Pleasure (United States), directed by Thanh Diep, P.K. Walker Innovation in Craft Award
  • Krutch (United States), directed by Clark Matthews, Disabled Filmmaker Award
  • Restraint and Seclusion: Hear Our Stories (United States), directed by Dan Habib, Advocacy Award
  • Juggle and Cut (United States), directed by Caleb Slain
  • Shining Into (United States), directed by Thanh Diep
  • The Mural (United States), directed by Fran Guijarro
  • The Limbless Mountaineer (United Kingdom), directed by Paul Crompton

Press release

Selections announced for Superfest, 28th annual disability film festival, June 4, 2014