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Sunday, November 02, 2014
11:00 am - 5:00 pm

Contemporary Jewish Museum
736 Mission St.
San Francisco, CA
94103

The 2014 Superfest: International Disability Film Festival – Coming Soon!

  • Morning Screening ($12), 11:00 am  – 2:00 pm
  • Afternoon Screening ($12), 2:00 – 5:30 pm
  • All Day passes are available ($18), as films are distinct at each screening.

All films will be presented with captioning, audio-description, and all live dialogue will be available with American Sign Language and live captioning. Ticket price includes admission to the Contemporary Jewish Museum. Attendees are invited to join our after-party at Thirsty Bear, 661 Howard Street. *Free admission, with drinks and food available for purchase.*

Click here to learn more about this year’s films or visit Superfestfilm.com for more information.

Superfest: International Disability Film Festival is a showcase of juried films held in the San Francisco Bay Area, organized by the Paul K. Longmore Institute on Disability at San Francisco State University, and the Lighthouse for the Blind and Visually Impaired. 2014 marks the 28th year of the festival.

Several filmmakers will be present to accept their awards and answer questions at the end of each screening. In addition, we are thrilled to announce that America’s favorite female stuttering stand-up comedian (granted she is the only one), Nina G., will be our emcee. She brings her humor to help people confront and understand social justice issues, which will help us ensure that there will be laughter to balance out some of the heavier topics of the day.

We’re grateful for our Superfest sponsors:
The Contemporary Jewish Museum, Woman of Her Word, Golden Gate Regional Foundation, Guide Dogs for the Blind, Amramp, George Lucas Family Foundation, Independent Living Resource Center San Francisco, and Whill.

Thanks as well to our community supporters:
Autism Social Connection at Community Gatepath, Bay Area Outreach and Recreation Program, Blind Babies Foundation, Bridges to Communication, California Foundation for Independent Living Centers (CFILC), Center for Self- Determination, CHADD of Northern California, Changing One Mind at a Time (COMAAT), Center for Independent Living (Berkeley), Cinema Studies at San Francisco State University, Creative Growth Art Center, DCARA, Department of Rehabilitation – External Affairs, DeYoung Museum, Down Syndrome Connection of the Bay Area, Disability Rights Education Defense Fund, Environmental Traveling Companions, Independent Living Resource Center SF, Law office of Lainey Feingold, Myers Urbatsch P.C., National Alliance on Mental Illness (Marin), National Institute of Art and Disability, Parents Education Network (PEN), Seesaw Friends, Senior and Disability Action, Sins Invalid, The Arc (SF), and Young Life Capernaum.