A Movie that Takes a Stand for Our Cause!

A Powerful Film That Can Be Near You.

AbleChild is excited to announce a powerful movie that takes a stand for our cause.

Different Drummers is a true story of friendship and adventure that changes the lives of two young boys in 1965. Coming to DVD nationwide this Fall, it is currently available for theatrical screenings/ fundraisers in your city. The movie has already polarized over twenty thousand viewers into rethinking medicating our future… our children. Different Drummers isn’t about someone else’s child, it is about yours! Please, sign up today to host a screening in your area. 

Watch this amazing excerpt from a testimonial video taken after a public high school showed the film to 900 students, parents, and faculty. Then scroll below to see how you can get involved and use this movie to help make a difference in your community.

Parents, teachers, and leaders are transforming their communities with this film’s powerful message!

Join the mission today! Here are a few ways you can get involved and champion this important cause:

If you would like to host a screening of this film in your local area, please contact Nicole Abisinio at Gabriel’s Messenger Films. 

Things people are saying about Different Drummers.

“The physical and emotional contrast between the characters…
is the stuff of classic children’s literature.”

Tom Keogh – Seattle Times

 “Based on a true story, Different Drummers is one of those uplifting films that makes you want to go out and live life with everything you’ve got . . .”
Misty Layne – Rogue Cinema

“This is a story of friendship and faith and working toward change. We are pleased to award it our Dove Seal.” 
The Dove Foundation

 “…an inspiration for everyone…
it gives hope for living life to its fullest.”

Phillip C. DeMio, MD – President, American Medical Autism Board

 “Poignant, warm, sad, touching, and totally delightful.”
Derek Kavanagh – Producer,
Dances with Wolves

“Different Drummers is a heroic movie about acceptance – acceptance of oneself, of others despite their differences and acceptance of one’s destiny. It is a movie that transforms defeat into victory for all the people involved”
Mark Hartley, 7th grade teacher

“My students returned from seeing the film and were quite moved by what they saw. They talked about the film for many days afterward”
Sonia Flores-Davis, Principal, Catholic Diocese of Spokane

“The message of friendship and determination and dealing with issues was so important, I felt that we had to show it… not that we should, but we HAD to show this movie to all our students, parents, and teacher. People have to have the courage to stand up for what is right.”
Mike Hittle, Principal, Central Valley High School, WA

To directly donate to AbleChild’s 501(3)c mission click HERE.

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