Watch the trailer for Yo, También!


The March 7th debut of the DISLABELED Film Series is almost here!

To help get yourself excited about tomorrow’s screening, check out the preview (above, or direct link) of our selected film YO, TAMBIÉN.

And if you still want to RSVP, download flyers, make a donation, or just spread the word, all the information is just a click away!


Don’t forget! March 7 @ DISLABELED…

Updated: March 6, 2012

DISLABELED film series DISLABELED is NYC’s monthly screening series dedicated to celebrating disability culture. We showcase films that portray people with disabilities living full lives and then follow it up with lively, meaningful discussion. Join us for our first night as we kick things off with the award-winning Spanish film YO, TAMBIéN!. Wednesday March 7th 6:00pm – 9:00pm. CUNY Graduate Center 365 Fifth Avenue, Manhattan (between 34th and 35th Sts) Photo ID required for entry. $5 Suggested Donation. With Special Guests Lawrence Carter-Long (disTHIS!) and first-time filmmaker Margot Cole (Drama Sighted). DISLABELED is proud to feature Open Captioning, Audio Description, ASL Interpretation and Barrier-Free Access at all screenings and events, guaranteed. Please support our scent-free environment by abstaining from perfume and cologne. RSVP to, website http:// Follow us on Twitter @dislabeledfilm and on Facebook at DISLABELED Film Series.

Here is an updated version of the flyer for our March 7th inaugural screening!

See you there!

Help us make our screenings accessible to all!

Here at the DISLABELED Film Series, we are committed to making the content of, and discussions following our film screenings accessible to everyone.  This includes holding the screenings in the most accessible space possible, and providing audio description and ASL interpreting for anyone who might need it.

In order to provide these accommodations for our March screening, and beyond, we need your help.  Please visit our new IndieGoGo fundraising campaign, and help us raise the modest amount of funds we need to provide ASL interpreting for our audiences.  And most importantly, help us spread the word!