The eponymous main character in the CGI-animated Ian is a young boy born with cerebral palsy, whose commitment to making friends on a school playground is tested by ostracism and teasing. Running a scant nine minutes, this beautiful celebration of inclusion, written by the award-winning producer and author Gastón Gorali, has the emotional impact of a motion picture ten times its length.
Written by David Scott Diffrient
Director: Abel Goldfarb
Saturday, April 13
Lory Student Center
IAN will screen prior to NEW HOMELAND