Inclusion Makes the World More Vibrant

published 2 weeks ago by Dr. Frederick B. Covington

The word adorable is what most comes to mind when describing writer/director Genevieve-Clay Smith's 4-minute short film Inclusion Makes the World More Vibrant. It's a word that equally describes young George Holahan-Cantwell's turn as James, a little boy helping his blind mother (Freya Higgins) experience an art gallery in a surprising and unusual way. 

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