Cinema Touching Disability Film Festival

the 19th Annual Cinema Touching Disability Film Festival OCT 14-15, 2022. Lost Reel Short Film Showcase AUG 16-SEPT 15, 2022

As Texas' preeminent disability-themed film festival, Cinema Touching Disability celebrates films that illustrate how people with disabilities lead both ordinary and extraordinary lives. Popular, well established and respected, Cinema Touching Disability has been honored with numerous media awards.

CTD has designed a program of sponsorship opportunities to appeal to a variety of partners. In addition to the specific menu of benefits including Film Fest website, e-newsletter, event program, and social media acknowledgement, sponsors will receive recognition in the CTD Messenger (circulation 5,000), a statewide e-newsletter highlighting current disabilities issues and events reaching people with disabilities, their family members and caretakers, and the organizations and agencies that serve them.

CTD is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization. Sponsorships support this excellent public awareness event and the ongoing disability advocacy work of CTD.

To learn more, contact CTD's Executive Director Dennis Borel at 512 478-3366 x 302 or dborel@txdisabilities.org.

Sponsorship Levels

Executive Producer

all Producer level rewards +

Producer

all Director level rewards +

Director

all Leading Cast level rewards +

Leading Cast

all Supporting Cast level rewards +

Supporting Cast

all Extras level rewards +

Extras

all Production Crew level rewards +

Production Crew

To learn more, contact Executive Director Dennis Borel at 512 478-3366 x 302 or dborel@txdisabilities.org.

Films

The 2022 film lineup:

Submit to the Film Festival

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The 2024 Short Film Competition is open.

Regular registration ($40) closes Apr. 5, and extended registration ($60) begins.

The final deadline is Aug. 2.

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