New true crime thriller from Nell Pattison, Silent Night, features disabled and D/deaf characters, which also shines a spotlight on the D/deaf community.
BROTHERS is a short film detailing friendship, betrayal and the fragility of mental health announced by CALM, STUDIOCANAL UK, and HKX.
The BBC is set to raise awareness of disability throughout November with a series of dramas, documentaries, news packages and discussions.
A new film is celebrating disability and sexuality by breaking down stereotypes and barriers. We speak to the cast and writers behind S.A.M.
The University of the Creative Arts has launched their postgraduate students’ projects online, with one student working with the disabled community.
No Labels No Walls + We Are One Festival 2020 festival has arrived to break down barriers, and is the culmination of collaboration in the time of COVID-19.
For the first time in Academy Awards history, movies will have to meet inclusion standards in order to content for best picture at the Oscars.
A petition has been launched by disability blogger Emma Purcell to make audio description compulsory on all films, TV, shows and streaming services.
The winners of the Down’s Syndrome Association’s international photographic competition have been announced, and they hail from Ireland, Canada and the USA.
Determined to creating a positive space for the disabled community during a time of uncertainty, WILD Festival, run by and for disabled people, is sure to alleviate some of the challenges we are facing this weekend.
Made Possible is the exciting new book, edited by Saba Salman, featuring stories of success of people with learning disability -– in their own words.
BBC One has today announced an intimate and unflinching one-off documentary with Katie Price discussing the realities of raising a disabled child.
Although our favourite soaps may have been put on pause, Emmerdale’s James Moore reveals how he is surviving lockdown during Enable Asks.
Actor Jamie Brewer has made big steps in breaking down barriers and tackling discrimination. Based in the USA, Jamie shares her experience of lockdown.
Former Blue Peter presenter and writer, Konnie Huq discusses her experience of life in lockdown as part of our Enable Asks series.