- Watch the movie between now and the October 29th
- Cost: absolutely FREE
- Join us for a Panel Discussion on Zoom at 8pm CDT
Our November Casket Cinema continues our virtual season of film with the 2019 Sundance audience award winner, “CRIP CAMP”. The film documents the birth and revolution of the disability moment in America. The website says, “Down the road from Woodstock, a revolution blossomed in a ramshackle summer camp for teenagers with disabilities, transforming their lives and igniting a landmark movement." This film is a touching, thoughtful and inspiring tale of the tireless work of the many amazing activists of this movement. I guarantee you will never look at a wheelchair accessible ramp the same way after seeing this film!
Because of the pandemic, this will be a virtual screening. Watch the film on the Netflix platform before our panel discussion on Thursday Nov 19th at 8pm. Then join a zoom panel of special guests with local film producer and disability adviser of the Cedar Theater, Erik Hegelson and Michelle Shaw, they will discuss the film with Casket Cinema co-founder Mark Wojahn.
Special guests with local film producer and disability advisor of the Cedar Theater, Erik Hegelson and Michelle Shaw, a local environmental activist, they will discuss the film with Casket Cinema co-founder Mark Wojahn.
Watch "Crip Camp" on NetFlix
This movie is provided by NetFlix, so you'll need to watch it on NetFlix.
If you don't have access to NetFlix, please reach out to us and we'll do our best to get you access. A basic plan is $8.99 per month and you can cancel at anytime. Or next two films are also on NetFlix, so a one month membership would give you all three films.
Film web site: https://cripcamp.com/