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Films by disabled people

Emma Emma | 12:38 UK time, Thursday, 29 April 2010

Over the last few weeks a number of emails have arrived in the Ouch! inbox, flagging up films which are by and about disabled people. Below are just some of the disability related films which have recently been made available to watch online.

One Man's Walk was inspired by a young guy with Down's syndrome.

Sam's Story is a collaboration between Whizz-Kidz and the BBC.

Shoot Your Mouth Off, is a pan-disability project based in the north of England, making films since 2001.

Mencap's Art Spider website, holds lots of different films by people with a learning disability, including Oska Bright entries and movies by the Beacon Hill Film Project. The Becon Hill Film Project has also just won the UK Young Film-maker award, so congratulations to them.

Use the comments to make your own disability film recommendations.



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