Movie theater closings have film academy considering rule changes

“Crip Camp,” a documentary about a “summer camp for the handicapped operate by hippies” that influenced the disabled legal rights movement, opened the Sundance Movie Pageant in January with volunteers turning absent ticket holders simply because each and every seat in the Eccles Theater was spoken for.

Outside the house, there was a massive scrum with rumors traveling that Barack and Michelle Obama, government producers on the film as a result of their corporation Greater Floor, could be attending. That proved to be wishful wondering, but their absence did not dampen the response to the movie. “Crip Camp” remaining Sundance

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