ReelAbilities Boston is heading to a variety of towns and venues presenting their awesome lineup, co-sponsored as always by the Boston Jewish Film Festival!
This evening, if you’re in Watertown, you can head over to the Perkins School for the Blind to catch For Once In My Life, following a 28 member band whose members are either mentally or physically disabled in some way, and how the band helps them overcome it. The screening is free, and starts at 6:30 PM.
For those of you in the Springfield area, then it’s back to the Springfield JCC for Endless Abilities, about a group of people traveling the country in search of adaptive sports for the disabled. This screening is also free and begins at 7:00 PM.
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 Lexington for more great screenings. 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!