ReelAbilities Boston heads out to the Cambridge Public Library for the second day of the festival, and for today’s feature, Mimi And Dona, which follows the triumphs of a 92 year old mother who has cared for her intellectually disabled child, Dona, for the past 64 years.
Tonight’s screening is free, and will start with a pre-screening reception at 6:00 PM, with the screening at 6:30 PM, and a Q&A with director Sophie Sartain and the Executive Director of the Cambridge Council on Aging, Susan Pacheco.
For ticket info and more on the film itself, head on over to http://boston.reelabilities.org/films-and-events/ and click on the ticket button next to the film title.
Tomorrow, the festival heads to West Newton, and we’ll have more on the film tomorrow morning here at eCinemaBoston. And don’t forget, our sister site eCinemaOne’s podcast Subject:CINEMA is pleased to be able to add coverage of ReelAbilities Boston to our annual double feature “Boston Springs A Fethival” shows, coming the weekend of May 21st at http://subjectcinema.com and http://ecinemaone.com!