Adaptive Cycling Featured in Film Pittsburgh’s ReelAbilities Film Fest

An evening of Five short films

Bike Pittsburgh is excited to see adaptive cycling featured in Film Pittsburgh’s ReelAbilities Film Festival Shorts Program on Tuesday September 12th, 2017. You’ll have the opportunity to not only see five short films, but also an art exhibit next to the cinema with works by local artists who have disabilities. In its 5th year, the film festival will last eight days–September 6th through 13th–and includes feature length films in addition to the Shorts Program.

What we’re looking forward To:

The Shorts Program

Tuesday, September 12th at 7:00pm
SouthSide Works Cinema
An accessible venue

I Am Able. (2015, USA) After miraculously surviving a rebel attack in Rwanda, Frederick Ndabaramiye uses painting, cycling, and storytelling to change conceptions of what it means to be able.

Attila’s Next Step. (2017, USA). Determined to break the hand-cycling world record, Pittsburgher Attila Domos tests his mental and physical endurance as his local community of supporters helps him every step of the way—most notably his mentor and now fellow hand-cyclist, Danny Chew.

Attila Domos and Danny Chew–both adaptive cyclists–will both be attending and speaking after the film!

Plus three more films this evening. Tickets are $12 and each film has open captioning and ASL interpretation.

Get your tickets

To learn more about ReelAbilities and all of the other films they will be showing during the festival, please visit Pittsburgh.ReelAbilities.org.

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