New York – The Sprout film festival will open its doors between Saturday May 31 and June 1, and has a program dedicated to people on and around the autistic spectrum.

The company founded in 1974, provides travel, and cultural opportunities for people with developmental disabilities, including a year long vacation program, Sproutstock – a music festival and since 2003, the film festival, which incorporates films made by and for people with a wide range of social and developmental disabilities.

Program 2 features short films from artist Stephen Wiltshire, Tommy – a 60 year old man on the spectrum, and the highly accoladed For the Love of Dogs, the story of Corey, a brilliant 11 year old boy with Aspergers Syndrome.

A ticket for a day at the film festival will set you back between $6-8, and grants access to all of the films.  Tickets are available here.

For more information on the Sprout film Festival weekend click here.



Due to COVID-19, sprout has suspended all programming. Our nonprofit is in urgent need of

funding, so that we may resume our supportive travel programs, as soon as it is safe to do so.

Please share our GoFundMe campaign and give if you can. #SaveSprout