Steve Wampler, who has cerebral palsy, must do 20,000 pull-ups to climb the famous El Capitan Mountain in Yosemite. The founder of a camp for children with disabilities, he undertakes the journey to prove that anything is possible; however, the harrowing climb tests Steve’s considerable humor, will and determination.
Panel Discussion:Adam Combs, Waypoint Adventure; Bonnie Dennis, adaptive climber; Erik Kondo, adaptive athlete Post-screening climb for members of the Cardinal Cushing community facilitated by Waypoint Adventure.
Directed by Jacques Spitzer USA, 77 minutes, Documentary, In English with Open Captions; appropriate for ages 11 and up
Complimentary tickets are available for groups from agencies serving people with disabilities. Please contact the Festival office at: 617.244.9899 or email@example.com for more information.
ReelAbilities: Boston is presented by the Boston Jewish Film Festival
Event Location: Cardinal Cushing Centers
405 Washington Street, Hanover, 02339
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