The Sprout Touring Film Festival
allows you to custom design a local film festival of movies related to the field of developmental disabilities.
Whether for advocacy, awareness, fundraising or thought-provoking entertainment, arranging a Sprout Touring Film Festival in your area is sure to create a highly memorable and enlightening experience for your audience.
Through our continually growing library of film collected through the running of our annual Sprout Film Festival in NYC, your agency or group has access to an extensive and varied selection of films of artistry and intellect.
You can choose to show a diverse mix of films or narrow your focus to particular
theme or subject. Please note that a number of films cataloged on this site are also available for sale at our sister site, sproutflix.org. The prices of films offered at sproutflix are for individual viewing only and not for institutional use or festival viewings.
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Discover our ever-growing collection of films by exploring the themes and genres at left or browsing the featured films below.
26 min. / narrative / 2009 / USA
A spiritual guru on a public access show and the owner of a television network both seek financial enlightenment. The talents of eight actors with developmental disabilities are showcased on this comedic farce.
10 min. / documentary / 2010 / USA
Follow Jayden, a two and half year old diagnosed with autism, through his first months of school in the Bronx.
8 min. / documentary / 2009 / Spain
Madrid dance troop Danza Down enchants audiences with classical ballet, traditional Spanish dance and musical theatre performances.
6 min. / narrative / 2006 / USA
The story of a man who copes with his disability by living through his dreams. The only problem is that even in his dreams he cannot escape the reality of his existence.
16 min. / narrative / 2012 / Canada
For Dorian tells the story of a father who fears the sexual awakening of his disabled son and struggles with the notion of letting him go.
30 min. / documentary / 2010 / Australia
Mark Boerebach lives in a black and white world but he dreams in color. A nearly blind recluse with Asperger's Syndrome, can he break out of his constrictive routine and show his amazing music chart recall on a live TV quiz show?
28 min. / documentary / 1972 / USA
Focusing on an institution located in Staten Island, NY, this film, with correspondent, Geraldo Rivera, was one of the first exposé ever done on local television.