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Once when I was trying to get a dark, gritty feature film about prison solitary confinement off the ground, a film executive at a major agency said, "Don't ever call it a "message film", they don't sell and people hate them." At the time I was naive and let the wet blanket he threw over me snuff my ambition. But soon after I realized how stupid it was, because not only does every film have a message, every form of art does as well. It's just a matter of how overt that message is. For the past three years, I've participated in the Disability Film Challenge. An event that requires people to write, film, edit and post online a short film in just 55 hours. The goal is to showcase actors, dire

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