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ReelAbilities Film Festival to take place in Twin Cities June 11-14

The ReelAbilities Film Festival ReelAbilities is the largest festival in the country dedicated to showcasing films by, or about, people with disabilities. The mission of the organization is to promote awareness and appreciation of the lives, stories and artistic expressions of people with different disabilities.

This coming weekend, the festival will be presenting award-winning films in various locations throughout the Twin Cities metropolitan area, including the Cinema Gill in New Hope, MacPhail Center for Music and Union Depot. Discussions and other engaging programs will be part of the festival to bring the community together to explore, discuss and celebrate the diversity of people’s shared human experiences.

There are some fantastic films being featured this year. To learn more about the films, get tickets or for more information visit the Minneapolis ReelAbilities website or download the PDF brochure.



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