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Bluenose‑Ability Film Festival (BAFF)
Disability culture is a set of artifacts, beliefs; expressions created by those who share a common identity of disability, to describe their lived experience. It is not primarily how we are treated, but what we have created.
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Bluenose-Ability Film Festival (BAFF) will take place on the UN International
Day of Persons with Disabilities, December 3rd until December 5th at
The Peggy Corkum Music Room.
Are you a filmmaker who has a short film dedicated to the theme of inclusion, stigma, ability and/or has lived experience with disability? BAFF is currenty accepting submissions of short films focused on the theme of disability culture. The short films must be 20 minutes or under.
Films must be submitted at FilmFreeway filmfreeway.com/festival/BluenoseAbilityFilmFestival
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