We're pleased to announce that The Interviewer has been selected for Boston International Film Festival! Boston International has selected 100 films for this years festival out of 2,600 entries. Not all films are short, they include features, experimental films and documentaries. So we're proud to have made it in amongst the narrative shorts in competition! Congrats to all Bus Sop Films filmmakers who made the project! It just goes to show that there is a viable place for inclusive filmmaking in the film industry and that we can make beautiful films that speak to international audiences! (Bus Stop Films blog, 11th February 2013)
2009 Tropfest winner Be My Brother has been included in a collection of the the best of recent best films from previous years, by the Sydney Morning Herald (linked on p 3).
Who would have thought our very first short film would still be making waves today? (Bus Stop Films on Facebook, 11th February 2013)
Bus Stop Films is dedicated to providing people who identify as having a disability the opportunity to learn about and be involved in professional filmmaking. (Bus Stop Films)Several people with Down syndrome regularly particpate in Bus Stop productions, behind the camera, and as actors. Visit the Bus Stop Films website for information, photos and videos.