During the month of November, Comcast showcased 12 films from the Sprout Film Festival On Demand for all XFINITY customers. The Sprout Film Festival, founded in 2003, was created to inspire audiences, promote inclusion, and support transformative filmmaking as an integral part of social change.
These inspirational films feature people with intellectual and developmental disabilities in leading roles and serve as a platform to increase awareness of people with disabilities.
- Snack and Drink
- Dream Lover
- How’s Your News? On Campaign Trail
- Sheri and Paul
- Breaking Boundaries
- Be My Brother
- Jacob’s Turn
- The Girl with the Tuba
- I Don’t Care
- One Question
At Comcast NBCUniversal, I serve as the Director of National Partnerships and Vice President of the Comcast Foundation in our Community Investment Department. I am also the Board Chair of the American Association of People with Disabilities (AAPD) and I serve on the International Board of Directors for Easter Seals.
Personally, as a passionate advocate of equal opportunity, I am proud of Comcast NBCUniversal for showing their support of thought-provoking films that are designed to inspire audiences, showcase talent from diverse backgrounds, and promote inclusion.