Cerebral Palsy (CP) is a group of permanent movement disorders that appear in early childhood and may affect a child’s muscle movement, and tone. It is the most common disability in childhood. Children affected with CP may need constant care and support throughout their lives.
Ian (2018) is a short-animated true story of a boy named Ian who has the Cerebral Palsy. All he wants to have friends and play in the playground. But it seems impossible due to the bullying and discrimination which he encountered in his life. This award-winning film was written and produced by Gastón Gorali and Oscar winner Juan José Campanella’s Buenos Aires-based animation studio took home the top prize at LA Shorts International Film Festival and several major international awards.
To educate families and young students about the devastating impact of such disorder and the social responsibility they have towards the affected children, this short-video is must to share in the classroom.