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
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