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Art Heals All Wounds: Jim LeBrecht and Sara Bolder, Part of the Team Behind Crip Camp: A Disability Revolution

Season 2, Ep. 8

Today, I am joined by Jim LeBrecht and Sara Bolder, husband and wife creative team. Jim is the co-director with Nicole Newnham of the film Crip Camp: A Disability Revolution and Sara is a producer of the film along with Jim and Nicole. We discuss their film, which shares the beauty, insight, and humor of one group of disabled young people at Camp Jened. Jim and Sara share why this project was particularly special for them and highlight the disability advocacy work that they’re doing through the film and other organizations. Join us as we dive into the story behind Crip Camp, the challenges and highlights of the documentary, and what Jim and Sara are up to now.


Transcription


Topics Covered:

●     The inspiration behind Crip Camp

●     Jim’s experience as a camper at Camp Jened

●     The magic of the People’s Video Theater archival footage

●     Powerful moments and motifs from the documentary

●     How Jim and Sara met

●     Jim and Sara’s working and romantic relationship

●     Jim’s advocacy work in Hollywood and beyond

●     What Sara and Jim are currently working on


Guest Info:

●     Crip Camp Website

●     Jim's Twitter

●     FWD-Doc Website

●     Jim's IMDb

●     Sara's IMDb

●     Nicole's IMDb

 

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