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"CinemAbility: The Art of Inclusion" tells a Hollywood story that has long been overlooked.
The most entertaining and comprehensive history of disability in American film and television ever filmed.
"CinemAbility" offers a valuable, wide-ranging survey of how the film and TV industries deal with "otherness" - whether it be based on race, sexual orientation, or virtually any category of physical impairment...
Narrated by actress Jane Seymour and packed with A-list interviewees, this exhaustive and eye-opening documentary explores images of the physically disabled on TV and in the movies.
CinemAbility informs, manufactures, and sustains its message of inclusion through discursive means in order to educate society rather than polarize audiences.
Disability in cinema is captured in an immersive and honest documentary that does not suffer from a surplus of negativity. Endlessly intriguing and thought provoking, Gold has crafted something wonderful.
Representation matters. Period. Full stop. This isn't an issue of "woke" or not, it's a truth that's been in front of audiences since the early days of moving pictures.
Earnest Hollywood docu argues for disability inclusion.
Cinemability: The Art of Inclusion is an eye-opening and must-watch look into the history of disabilities as portrayed in both film and television.
Extensive, thorough and illuminating. It finds just the right balance between entertaining the audience and provoking them emotionally as well as intellectually.
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