Join us for a February film festival!
Whole Children and Five College Realtors will showcase a series of short documentary films from the Sprout Film Festival on Sunday, February 28 from 4-6 pm in the Cole Assembly in Converse Hall at Amherst College for a $5 suggested donation (to support Whole Children).
The Sprout Film Festival’s mission is “to inspire audiences, promote inclusion, and support transformative filmmaking as an integral part of social change.” All of the Sprout films highlight the lives and experiences of individuals with developmental and intellectual disabilities. By embracing differences and encouraging acceptance, Sprout aims to “make the invisible visible.”
Come enjoy the films and stay afterward for an informal reception and discussion with local filmmaker, Ted White. White’s powerful film The Unexpected Gift: A Father’s Story, is one of six films being showcased at the film festival; it explores how the birth of his daughter with Down Syndrome ultimately transformed his family’s life for the better.
To take part in this meaningful afternoon of film, RSVP here.