We were grateful to honor the Bill and Dina Ruch Family Foundation and Mia and Taylor Williams and their beautiful children Evie, Finch, Huxley, and Maceo – check out the incredible playground they created in loving memory of John “Rocket” Williams…
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Shane’s Inspiration is an international non-profit based in Los Angeles, whose mission is to foster social inclusion for children with disabilities through the vehicle of inclusive playgrounds and educational programs worldwide. Shane’s Inspiration partners with communities to design and build fully-inclusive play environments and offers inclusive playground programming for schools and recreation departments.
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Shane’s Inspiration’s mission is to create social inclusion for children with disabilities through the creation of inclusive playgrounds and educational programs that unite children of all abilities.
Shane’s Inspiration vision is to foster a bias-free world for children with disabilities.
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This emotional film is based on the true story of a boy called Ian. The film was created by Emmy nominee Gastón Gorali, produced by Oscar winner and two-time Emmy winner Juan José Campanella and directed by Abel Goldfarb. This important film aims to help children to understand disability and for the message of inclusion to reach every home.
Ian was born with cerebral palsy. All he wants is to make friends, although it seems impossible to achieve when discrimination and bullying keep him away from his beloved playground. However, this young boy is determined and won’t give up easily.
“IAN” was produced at MundoLoco CGI using a unique animation technique that combined stopmotion sets made out of recycled waste with the latest CG technology. The film doesn’t use dialogue to express the children’s feelings making it inclusive to everyone regardless of their age, race, or language they speak.