International Superfest Disability Film Festival Coming to Cupertino Library

Long-running series prioritizes access and representation


The Superfest Disability Film Festival is the longest-running film festival focused on disability issues in the world, celebrating cinema that portrays different types of disability through a diverse and engaging lens. The festival debuted in Los Angeles in 1970 and is now an international event. Superfest prioritizes access, welcoming filmgoers of all kinds and abilities. All films are offered with open captioning and audio description to make them as accessible as possible

Films being screened:
Bebe A.I.
In the Upper Room
Here / Not Here

Register for the event.

WHO: Santa Clara County Library District, Cupertino Library, Cupertino Library Foundation, and the San Francisco State Paul K. Longmore Institute on Disability
WHEN/WHERE: Cupertino Library, Community Room 201
10800 Torre Avenue
Cupertino, CA 95014
Saturday, January 28, 2 - 4 p.m.
WHY: This is an opportunity for community supporters of filmmakers, actors, creators and writers with disabilities to share their stories with the world. According to the CDC, one in four Americans has some type of disability. Giving a voice to the many individuals living with different types of disabilities is a way to make sure that their perspectives are considered.