Dr. Priya Lalvani to Speak at NJ Disabilities Film Festival

Preview Night!!!

Thursday March 7th at 7pm!!!!!


at Montclair State University

University Hall- Room 1070


“The Importance of Tying Your Own Shoes” accompanied by the short “Jazz Hands”

with post film discussion led by  MSU Disability Studies scholars

Dr. Priya Lalvani-Early Childhood, Elementary and Literacy Education and Dr. Elaine Gerber-Anthropology

Free for students (call for ticket)  $10 donation  for others

Call Joann in CSND at 973-655-7752 or email to  or Fran at 973-655-7124 for ticket information or kueblerj@mail.montclair.edu

Reelabilities: the NY Disabilities Film Festival , began 5 years ago in a dozen NY  venues and was designed to feature award winning new films that promote awareness and appreciation of the lives, stories and artistic expressions of people with disabilities. The Festival, generating competitive submissions, discussion and cross discipline collaboration, has expanded nationally for a week each year.  This year New Jersey is joining the festival with eight site venues during the week of March 13-17.


REELABILITIES.ORG/NEWJERSEY or email prezantf@mail.montclair.edu  

Films at all site venues are captioned.  CART provided courtesy of Division of Deaf and Hard of Hearing at NJ Department of Human Services

Hosted by the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders