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.
Parking: The Esquire, located in Clifton’s Gaslight District, validates tickets for moviegoers for two hrs. of parking in the “Merchant Lot” on Howell, located one block from Ludlow Ave. (side street off Clifton Ave. — behind the former IGA Grocery Store.) Howell Ave. is parallel to Ludlow Ave. On-street parking is often available on — or near — Ludlow Ave. Also, all are welcome to use the Valet Parking available in front of La Poste Eatery on Telford St. (just around the corner from the Esquire, off Ludlow). This Valet Service costs $7.00 and is available Mon. – Sat., from 5-10 pm.
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