After ten great days of fest films, the ReelAbilities Boston, co-sponsored as always by the Boston Jewish Film Festival, is coming to a close tonight.
The closing night film is the critically acclaimed documentary film How To Dance In Ohio, following a group of teenagers with various developmental disabilities as they prepare for their first formal dance. There will be a discussion following the film led by Dr. Amigo, one of the subjects of the film. Tickets are $10 each and can be purchased beginning one hour before the film at tonight’s venue, the Somerville Theatre in Somerville.
For ticket info and more on the film, head on over to http://boston.reelabilities.org/films-and-events/ and click on the ticket button next to the film title.
Tonight’s film brings this year’s ReelAbilities Boston to a close, and we’ll be sorry to see it go! 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!