During Ranell Shubert’s first eight-year span on staff at IDA, she has had the opportunity to work across many departments, giving her a unique
Community-Based Research: IDA’s Ranell Shubert on Launching the Nonfiction Media Makers with Disabilities Survey
Winner of the Directing Award for US Documentary at this year’s Sundance Film Festival, Reid Davenport’s debut feature, I Didn’t See You There, is
IDA is proud to announce an exciting new partnership with Rev as our official accessibility partner! Rev provides an array of services for documentary
I attended my first conference in yoga pants and a t-shirt with snacks and a coffee mug on my desk, a cat and dog, and stretch breaks whenever I wanted.
Take a moment to imagine the following scenario. You open up your laptop, log in, launch your web browser... and then your screen goes blank.“The rest
Getting Real ‘20, our biennial conference on documentary media, happened from September 9 through Oct 3. On the opening day, we joined “Expanding
The makers and artistic collaborators of Vision Portraits and Crip Camp discuss the creative process behind their use of accessibility features such as audio description and closed captioning.
I opened an email message from Jim LeBrecht, sound designer and mixer, disability rights advocate, and co-director with Nicole Newnham of the film
No captions for 'Through Deaf Eyes'