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‘A Whole Lott More’ NYC screening: Tamsen Fadal, PIX11 News Anchor moderating

News Anchor Tamsen Fadal will be moderating a special Q & A following the special screening of the acclaimed new award winning documentary, "A Whole Lott More" at The ReelAbilities: NY Disabilities Film Festival.

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Executive producer, Loreen Arbus and executive director, Victor Buhler will be part of the panel after the screening.

About eight million people in America have a developmental disability. Those who work find jobs in workplaces' - coalitions of businesses and social service agencies that traditionally provide manufacturing jobs.

The documentary delves into the impact of Lott Industries, a company who has employed 1200 workers with disabilities, and examines the various options of employment for people with disabilities.

The purpose of the film is to bring more awareness to employment issues for people with disabilities. In a volatile economy everyone is concerned about their job, their home and their children's futures.

The film documentary focuses on three individuals who are disabled and features their amazing resilience.

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Additional information at “A Whole Lott More” film documentary screening at The ReelAbilities: NY Disabilities Film Festival at www.Reelabilities.org and also by visiting www.AWholeLottMore.com