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    I was asked to show the film to a charity and a disability arts foundation. Only registered and activated users can see links., Click Here To Register...

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    I used the "Crips Not Creeps" trailer to help educate others about brain injuries. Read more here Only registered and activated users can see links., Click Here To Register...

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    Crips Not Creeps has received some great feedback recently and our 2nd screening of Crips Not Creeps was a smashing success! Read more below Only registered and activated users can see links., Click Here To Register...

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    "Crips Not Creeps" is being screened again in New Mexico on July 29th 2015. See here Only registered and activated users can see links., Click Here To Register...

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    The screening was a SMASHING SUCESS! Only registered and activated users can see links., Click Here To Register... We will have more screenings in the future.

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  • funnylegs4
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    This film is being screened in Santa Fe New Mexico. The press release mentions donations but I am not asking for donations myself or asking for donations from anybody on this forum.

    For Immediate Release:
    Teatro Paraquas in collaboration with Crips Video Productions, is presenting a screening of three short films on May 16th*at 6:00pm at the Teatro Paraquas studio located at 3205 Calle Marie, Ste B in Santa Fe.
    Crips Video Productions make short independent films that increase understanding of disability through engaging characters and storytelling. The films are created by people with disabilities and are written, directed and produced by Margot Cole, (a former student of The Childrens Theatre and currently a student at Kingsborough College in New York).
    The films being shown are:*Only Those Who Limp Allowed,*Crips Not Creeps, and*Drama Sighted.*There will be a q&a following the screening with the producer/director. Admission is by free will donation.
    For more info: Teatro Paraquas Only registered and activated users can see links., Click Here To Register...
    Margot Cole*cripvideoproductions@yahoo.com

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    The same film with enhanced visual quality Only registered and activated users can see links., Click Here To Register...

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  • New film about guy with CP who must solve a mystery!

    My new film “Crips Not Creeps” has been released online! The film is about a guy with Cerebral Palsy who must solve a mystery.

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    (this link has open captions for the deaf)
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    Synopsis: A few months after the events of “Only Those Who Limp Allowed” Brandon and Randy(who both have Cerebral Palsy) are still living together and things are going well, until Brandon gets accused of stalking his ex girlfriend Madison and must prove he is innocent before he loses Randy’s trust and possibly everything else he has ever worked for.
    Please note that the use of the word “Crip” (which is a shortened version of the word cripple that people in the disability community use as a slang term to refer to physically disabled individuals)is not meant as an offense to anyone who is physically disabled(such as the characters in these films) or mentally disabled, or otherwise. All of the characters in the film who are disabled are played by actors who are disabled in real life. The actors who have CP have spastic hemiplegia CP.
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