Posts in Category: Project – Steps No! Ramps Yes!

Steps, No! Ramps, Yes! on BTV

The PFP/CRP awareness raising documentary “Steps, No! Ramps, Yes” has this month reached an enormous audience through being shown on Bangladesh Television.

BTV is the state owned channel in Bangladesh and has a terrestrial coverage of 93% of the population. It is also available in many other countries.

“Steps, No! Ramps, Yes!”, which was designed to increase understanding of the enormous access problems faced by wheelchair users in Bangladesh, was screened on BTV at 9.15 a.m on January 4th.

“Steps, No! Ramps, Yes!” selected for two more festivals.

This week, the PFP film, “Steps, No! Ramps, Yes!” will be screened at the Sathyam Cinema in Chennai as part of AbilityFest 2009. It is to be shown at 1p.m. on Thursday 14 October.

AbilityFest – the India International Disability Film Festival – is a bi-annual event which presents a unique and inspiring showcase for films by, with and about people with disabilites. The Festival is organisaed by Ability Foundation which works for the empowerment, integration and rights of people with disabilities.

“Steps, No! Ramps, Yes!” has also been selected for the “Picture this … film festival” due to take place in Calgary, Canada during February 2010. The film, a triumph for the CRP Wheelchari Users’ Film Group in Bangladesh, will soon be known worldwide. Earlier this year, it was screened at the Emotion Pictures International Disability Festival in Athens.

"Steps, No! Ramps, Yes!" selected for two more festivals.

This week, the PFP film, “Steps, No! Ramps, Yes!” will be screened at the Sathyam Cinema in Chennai as part of AbilityFest 2009. It is to be shown at 1p.m. on Thursday 14 October.

AbilityFest – the India International Disability Film Festival – is a bi-annual event which presents a unique and inspiring showcase for films by, with and about people with disabilites. The Festival is organisaed by Ability Foundation which works for the empowerment, integration and rights of people with disabilities.

“Steps, No! Ramps, Yes!” has also been selected for the “Picture this … film festival” due to take place in Calgary, Canada during February 2010. The film, a triumph for the CRP Wheelchari Users’ Film Group in Bangladesh, will soon be known worldwide. Earlier this year, it was screened at the Emotion Pictures International Disability Festival in Athens.

“Steps, No! Ramps, Yes!” selected for Festival in Athens

The latest PFP film, “Steps, No! Ramps, Yes!” has been selected for the Emotion Pictures International Documentary Festival on Disability.

The Festival, composed of documentary films focusing exclusively on issues of disability, will be held at the Benaki Museum for Contemporary Art and Design in Athens and will run from the 20th to the 22nd of June 2009. It is organized by the Secretariat General of Communication – Secretariat General of Information, in collaboration with the Greek Film Centre.

“Steps, No! Ramps, Yes!” was made in association with the Centre for the Rehabilitation of the Paralysed (CRP) in Bangladesh, and the camera and sound operators were all members of the Wheelchair Users’ Film Group based at CRP.

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"Steps, No! Ramps, Yes!" selected for Festival in Athens

The latest PFP film, “Steps, No! Ramps, Yes!” has been selected for the Emotion Pictures International Documentary Festival on Disability.

The Festival, composed of documentary films focusing exclusively on issues of disability, will be held at the Benaki Museum for Contemporary Art and Design in Athens and will run from the 20th to the 22nd of June 2009. It is organized by the Secretariat General of Communication – Secretariat General of Information, in collaboration with the Greek Film Centre.

“Steps, No! Ramps, Yes!” was made in association with the Centre for the Rehabilitation of the Paralysed (CRP) in Bangladesh, and the camera and sound operators were all members of the Wheelchair Users’ Film Group based at CRP.

For more information on Steps, No! Ramps, Yes! please click here