ReelAbilities Pittsburgh Film Festival
Film Pittsburgh’s 9th annual ReelAbilities Film Festival is coming to Carnegie Museum of Art from September 8 through September 12, 2021! Along with showing 12 fantastic features and short films that explore and celebrate the lives of people living with disabilities, the festivities will include filmmaker Q&As and panel discussions with local disability advocates and activists, as well as an art exhibit with Creative Citizen Studios.
Join us for five days of Pittsburgh premieres in an inclusive and fun environment! Carnegie Museum of Art is fully accessible, and all films will be presented with open captions, audio descriptions, and ASL interpretation.
View the full schedule of events and buy tickets at filmpittsburgh.org.
General Admission: $15
All Festival Pass: $60 by Sept. 3, $75 after Sept. 3
VIP Festival Pass: $150 (Reserved Seating)
ReelAbilities Pittsburgh presents award-winning films that promote awareness and appreciation of the lives, stories and artistic expressions of individuals with disabilities. Through impactful films and engaging programs, this festival brings together the community to explore and celebrate the diversity of our shared human experience.
About Film Pittsburgh:
Film Pittsburgh presents independent films from around the world, deepening audiences’ understanding of various cultures, expanding acceptance and recognizing our common humanity. Film Pittsburgh's broad range of programming is designed to reach people of all races, religions, ages and abilities, and emphasis is placed on collaboration with other organizations.
Each year, Film Pittsburgh proudly presents the Three Rivers Film Festival, Pittsburgh Shorts, and JFilm festivals, along with the one-day Robinson Competition and our Teen Screen program.
Co-presented programs at the Carnegie Museum of Art support artists and organizations with physical space and program resources. These mutually supportive relationships create shared audiences, expand programmatic offerings and contribute to the rich cultural ecology of the region.