November Film Festival Highlights People Who Have Disabilities
It's movie time at the St. Anthony Main theaters in Minneapolis! Nov. 1 - 5, the theaters will showcase a series of movies focusing on people who have disabilities.
For example, in Wampler's Ascent, Steve Wampler climbs El Capitan in Yosemite National Park a few inches at a time. Because he has cerebral palsy, he has to perform 20,000 pull-ups to complete the ascent! The film, which runs a little more than an hour, shows on Friday and Sunday evenings. Wampler will speak at both screenings.
Because Gillette is sponsoring the Sunday screening, Gillette families are eligible for a discounted ticket price of $7 on Sunday night. Just mention Gillette when you purchase your tickets. The festival promotes awareness of the lives and artistic efforts of people who have disabilities. Click here for a schedule and to learn more. Some of the events include discussion sessions afterward.
Note: St. Anthony Main has an attached parking ramp for easy access!