Introduction (2-3 lines)
Reid Davenport makes films about disability from an overtly political perspective.
Reid Davenport makes films about disability from an overtly political perspective. His first feature film I Didn't See You There premiered at the 2022 Sundance Film Festival and won the Best Directing Award in the US Documentary Competition. His work has been supported by The Ford Foundation, NBC Universal, ITVS, and The Catapult Film Fund, among others. Davenport was a 2021 Creative Capital recipient, a 2020 DOC NYC “40 Under 40" Filmmaker, and a 2017 TED Fellow.
New Day Films by Reid Davenport
Concerning Barriers: Three Films on Disability and Society
A Package of Three Films on Disability and Society
While some see Robert Kalani's 60 lawsuits under the ADA as frivolous, Kalani and others say it's a form of activism.
Wheelchair Diaries: One Step Up
A filmmaker explores the lack of handicapped accessibility in Western Europe.