PITTSBURGH, PA — FISA Foundation and JFilm: The Pittsburgh Jewish Film Forum co-present the 4th annual ReelAbilities Film Festival (Oct. 20 –Nov. 2), showcasing films about the lives, stories, and artistic expression of people with different disabilities. According to FISA Foundation, Executive Director, Kristy Trautmann, “We anticipate a terrific festival that will raise awareness, promote dialogue, change perceptions, and celebrate the many contributions of people with disabilities to
For more information visit the ReelAbilities site at http://pittsburgh.reelabilities.org/
All screenings will be followed by receptions including vegan, kosher, and gluten-free options.
An art exhibit featuring works from “Reinventing the Wheel”will be displayed in the Rodef Shalom commons area from October 20 –November 2. Reinventing the Wheel is a photography project that paired twenty-one people with spinal cord injury with twenty-one photographers from cities nationwide to create photo essays through a realistic, positive and creative lens.
4905 5th Avenue
Pittsburgh, PA 15213 Free and accessible parking in back of building.
All films and programs will take place at Rodef Shalom.
ACCESSIBILITYAll films will be presented with open captions, audio description and ASL interpretation.
The festival venue, Rodef Shalom, is fully accessible. If you need accommodations other than those listed above, please contact us at 412-426-FILM (3456) or Info@FilmPittsburgh.org in advance if possible.
$12 in advance / $15 at the door
Student Admission (under 26 w/valid ID)
$8 (under 26 w/valid ID)
Click to download the schedule quick guide – reelabilities-schedule