Bonnie Klein - Documentary - 76 min - Canada - 2006
Director Bonnie Klein gathers a motley crew of artists with diverse disabilities for a pajama party. A comedian, poet, dancer and others take a subversive look at Hollywood stereotypes of people with disabilities. They decided to continue meeting, and together embark on a mission to create their own images of disability.
Benefitting Media Bridges/Film Outside the Lines Program.
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