On The Outs: Reentry for Inmates with Disabilities | AVID Prison Project

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About the Film

On The Outs: Reentry for Inmates with Disabilities is a short documentary produced by the Amplifying Voices of Inmates with Disabilities (AVID) Prison Project. On The Outs follows three inmates with various disabilities, including vision impairment, brain injury, and mental illness, through all stages of the reentry process. The documentary depicts each person’s experience at three points: in prison prior to release, on their release date, and life on the “outs” after release.

The film is intended to raise awareness about people with disabilities in prison, inspire communication about much-needed reentry reform, and encourage collaborative relationships among inmates, prison systems, advocates, and other interested stakeholders to address this issue.

AVID Prison Project Reports

Locked Up and Locked Down

Making Hard Time Harder

Awards

Media for a Just Society Award

Official Selection for Social Justice Film Festival 2017

Social Justice Film Festival

Official Selection for Superfest International Disability Film Festival 2017