I started Inclusivity Films in order to tell stories that raise awareness to social issues, stories that advocate for others, and stories that represent the disabled, neurodivergent & d/Deaf communities both on and off the screen.
As a neurodivergent filmmaker myself, it's important to me that sets are accessible, and cater for individual needs, and that working hours are shorter.
We are committed to 50% of our cast and crew identifying as d/Deaf, disabled and/or neurodivergent.
We send Access Riders out to everyone, on each production, regardless of how they identify.
We want disability truly represented on, and off, screen but also to have disabled actors in roles where disability isn't part of the plot.
We want our sets to be fully accessible and work with collaborators to ensure this.
We want barriers to work removed.
We want equity.
We want inclusion.