Superfest Showcase at J. Paul Leonard Library, SFSU

Tuesday, September 20, 2016
Superfest logo, with the word 'Superfest' split onto two lines (Super-Fest). The bottom left corner shows a drawing of a stick figure wheelchair user holding a film camera. The website address is at the bottom center, and the text 'International Disability Film Festival XXIX' is at the top right in red.
Missed the 2015 Festival? Good news: we are screening some of the best shorts at SFSU!

Map and Directions

Library Events Room, Room 121

Event details

Tuesday, September 20th


Library 121



The Interviewer (2013 Best of Festival Winner) [13 min.] Director: Genevieve Clay-Smith and R. Bryan; AUSTRALIA.

Thomas Howell gets more than he bargained for in his interview at a presitigious law firm; an insult about his tie, a rendition of Harry Potter, and the chance to change the lives of a father and son.



Bastion (2015 Best of Festival Short Winner) [11 min.] Director: Ray Jacobs; U.K.

A completely bald man walks into a barber shop, his reflection in the window has told him it's time for a haircut. 



Predators of Transylvania (2015 Disabled Filmmaker Award Winner) [7 min.] Director: Julia Kolenakova; Slovakia

Nothing is quite as it seems in this Slovakian folklore-inspired animation.



Regione Caecorum (In the Land of the Blind) (2015 P.K. Walker Innovation in Craft Award) [3 min.] Director: Drew Goldsmith; U.S.

If a society is built with blind people as the norm, it might be the person with sight who feels disabled. 



Rent-A-Crip (2015 Disability Comedy Award) [3 min.] Director: Terry Galloway and Diane Wilkins; U.S.

A savvy group of disabled people have taken the reins from the able-bodied profiteers and put themselves in control.



Once Again (2014 Excelence Award Winner) [19 min.] Director: John Spottswood Moore; U.S.
After nearly 20 years, filmmaker John Spottswood Moore revisits his life as a ten year old with OCD.

We are eager to make this an accessible event!

Please refrain from wearing scented products so that people with chemical sensitivites may join us. All films are open captioned and audio described; for ASL interpreting and/or any other accommodation requests, please contact Emily Beitiks by September 9, 2016: 415-405-3528 or


Event Organizer

Paul K. Longmore Institute on Disability