The 9th Annual Sonoma County Disability Film Festival will feature the outdoor screening of "States of Grace" on Sat., Aug. 25th from 6-10 p.m. at the Earle Baum Center campus in Santa Rosa. The 75-minute film is based on a true story of Dr. Grace Dammann who was involved in a horrific head-on vehicular accident on the Golden Gate Bridge in 2008 and was in comma for several weeks and uses a wheelchair.
The evening is presented by Disability Services & Legal Center (DSLC) and Earle Baum Center (EBC). The film captures the profound transformation of a revered physician and her family in the wake of a life-changing accident. Dr. Dammann, the main character of "States of Grace" and Mark Lipman, the filmmaker, will be special guests of the event.
Ticket are $10 and you may pay at the door. You are welcome to bring blankets and lawn chairs. Concession stand with snacks, wine and refreshments will be available. All proceeds will go to DSLC and EBC to support services they provide to the disabled community.