All venues are wheelchair accessible, and all films will be screened with Open Captions in English.
Opening Night, Thursday January 31, 7 pm: Mary and Max, at West Newton Cinema
Saturday, February 2, 7 pm: The Straight Line, at Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. Audio described. In person: Josh Crary, marathon runner who is also visually impaired.
Sunday, February 3 at Museum of Fine Arts, Boston:
12:00 pm, Body and Soul In Person: Dr. Jeanne Marie Penvenne, social and labor historian of colonial Mozambique and history professor, Tufts University
2:15 pm, Me, Too
Join us at our Partner sites on Monday February 4:
At The Cardinal Cushing Center, Hanover, 3 pm and 7 pm: Me, Too
At Leventhal-Sidman Jewish Community Center, 7 pm: Mabul. In honor of Jewish Disability Awareness Month, the CJP Committee on Services for People with Disabilities and the Special Needs Professionals Committee invite you to a pre-reception and brief post-show talk back.
At Scibelli Enterprise Center, Springfield, 6 pm: Short Film Program (Anything You Can Do, Aphasia, I Don’t Want to Go Back Alone), hosted by the New England Business Association
Closing Night, Tuesday February 5, 7 pm: Princess Followed by a panel discussion moderated by Goldie Eder, LICSW, BCD, and featuring Dr. Anne Harrington, professor of the history of psychiatry at Harvard University, and Susan Pollack, MTS, EdD, clininal psychologist and author.