Sit Down, Shut Up and Watch! opens up remarkable points of view

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Some of the best film projects around the world led by people with learning disability are running at the online and real SDSW Film Festival, curated from South Australia.

It's easy to talk diversity when we really mean cultural variety. It is a lot tougher when the discussion is around people with disabilities, who all too often are told to sit down, shut up and be thankful. There is huge rage behind that enforced idleness, the objectification and dismissal. 

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