Salisbury Movie Premiere to benefit local charities “CINEMABILITY” Oct. 12th

October 5, 2013 in Community Events, Uncategorized

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Lower Shore Enterprises, MAC, Inc and Somerset Wellness Center

Saturday, October 12, 2013 from 1:00 PM to 3:00 PM (EDT)

CINEMABILITY: THE SYNOPSIS

From the early days of silent films to present day, from Chaplin to X-Men, disability portrayals are ever changing. This dynamic documentary takes a detailed look at the evolution of “disability” in entertainment by going behind the scenes to interview Filmmakers, Studio Executives, Film Historians, and Celebrities, and by utilizing vivid clips from Hollywood’s most beloved motion pictures and television programs to focus attention on the powerful impact that entertainment and the media can have on society.

Do disability portrayals in the media impact society or does the media simply reflect our ever-changing attitudes?  This important documentary aims to find out if the media has had a hand in transforming the societal inclusion of the disabled and determine if an enlightened understanding of disability can have a positive impact on the world.

GOLD PICTURES Presents A JENNI GOLD Film “CINEMABILITY”
Cinematography by D. SCOTT DOBBIE Editor CHRIS LORUSSO Original Score by ERIK LUNDMARK
Co-Producers JANE SEYMOUR SEAN MICHAEL ARTHUR TRACIE FISS Executive Producers DAVID F. ALFONSO
JEFF MAYNARD D. SCOTT DOBBIE JAMES WALCHLE Produced by JENNI GOLD and JEFF MAYNARD
Written by JENNI GOLD and SAMUEL W. REED Directed by JENNI GOLD

www.filmratings.com   PG13_rating_Wai   www.mpaa.org

 

 


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