Tag Archive | Disability

The Lookout (2007); Review by Robin Franson Pruter

The Lookout (2007); Review by Robin Franson Pruter

An exciting heist movie with character and thematic substance.

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The Sessions; Review by Robin Franson Pruter

The Sessions; Review by Robin Franson Pruter

Interesting story of disability and sex mired by a manipulative script.

Thoughts on Cripping Up; Essay by Robin Franson Pruter

Thoughts on Cripping Up; Essay by Robin Franson Pruter

A few of my thoughts on the complex topic of “cripping up.”

The 2nd Disability in Film Blogathon is Here!

The 2nd Disability in Film Blogathon is Here!

Read the entries from the 2nd Disability in film blogathon.

Announcing the 2nd Disability in Film Blogathon!

Announcing the 2nd Disability in Film Blogathon!

Come celebrate, criticize, and otherwise acknowledge films, television programs, performers, and film and television-related topics on disability.

The Disability in Film Blogathon Is Finally Here

The Disability in Film Blogathon Is Finally Here

Thank you to all the participants in this (my first) blogathon! I hope to do more of these in the months (and years?) to come. THE SUBMISSIONS (will be updated as they come in): Movie Movie Blog Blog: Freaks (1932) Meredy.com Classic Movies/TV/Celebrities: Susan Peters and The Sign of the Ram (1948) The Wonderful World of […]

Announcing the Disability in Film Blogathon!

Announcing the Disability in Film Blogathon!

In a world of glamour and physical beauty like Hollywood, disability is not a subject that appears often. Yet, those films that do feature disabled characters, like The Miracle Worker, My Left Foot, The Theory of Everything, and Children of a Lesser God, are often greeted with accolades and awards. Harold Russell won two Oscars (Best Supporting Actor and an […]