Forget Me Not
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Rota6 Films presents:

Forget Me Not

12 years 2020 103 min

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As Emilio, a three year old boy with Down syndrome, is ready to start school, his family finds itself cornered in the United States’ most segregated education system - New York City public schools. Fighting for their son’s right to an inclusive education – where Emilio and other children with disabilities would be taught alongside their classmates without disabilities - film director Olivier and his wife Hilda investigate the personal stories of disabled students and their parents in the US. With children with disabilities worldwide less likely to attend school, these experiences expose just a handful of the widespread injustices currently taking place in the educational system and beyond for kids with disabilities.

Directed by

Olivier Bernier

Produced by

Olivier Bernier

Tiffany Conklin

Patrick Solomon

Ana Lucia Villela

Estela Renner

Luana Lobo

Marcos Nisti

Coproduction

Maria Farinha Filmes

Sponsorship

Alana, Videocamp

Official Support

Human Rights Watch

Category

Documentary

5 rating
2 Screenings
35 audience
35 total aud.
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24/09

22:00

Poço Fundo, Minas Gerais | Pedagogia

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Forget Me Not (2020)

Age rating: 12 years

Content descriptors: Violence, Nudity

It is possible to download the archive of this film for Videocamp sessions. Organize your screening by clicking here.

Directed by Olivier Bernier

Produced by Olivier Bernier Tiffany Conklin Patrick Solomon Ana Lucia Villela Estela Renner Luana Lobo Marcos Nisti

Coproduction Maria Farinha Filmes

Sponsorship Alana, Videocamp

Official Support Human Rights Watch

Category Documentary

Theme (title) Human Rights Education Social issues

ODSs ODS 3 - Good Health and Well-Being, ODS 4 - Quality Education, ODS 8 - Decent Work and Economic Growth, ODS 10 - Reduced Inequalities, ODS 16 - Peace, Justice and Strong Institutions

Audio and Subtitles

Audio English

Standard English, Portuguese BR, Spanish

Close Caption Portuguese BR, Spanish

Audio Description Portuguese BR, Spanish, English

Sign Language Portuguese BR, Spanish, English

Synopsis

As Emilio, a three year old boy with Down syndrome, is ready to start school, his family finds itself cornered in the United States’ most segregated education system - New York City public schools. Fighting for their son’s right to an inclusive education – where Emilio and other children with disabilities would be taught alongside their classmates without disabilities - film director Olivier and his wife Hilda investigate the personal stories of disabled students and their parents in the US. With children with disabilities worldwide less likely to attend school, these experiences expose just a handful of the widespread injustices currently taking place in the educational system and beyond for kids with disabilities.