Cambria Center for the Arts will present a pair of matinees on consecutive weekends for “Do You Dream In Color?”
Showings will be at 3 p.m. May 16, 17, 23 and 24 at the center, 1350 Main St.
The film features Cambrian Sarah Wright, one of four blind teenagers navigating the growing pains of high school.
Each of the teens is pursuing a specific goal: to be a sponsored skateboarder, to travel the world, to become a rock star, to become the first family member to graduate from high school. Their stories spotlight social and institutional obstacles faced by blind people in a sighted world.
“Do You Dream In Color?” won the Audience Award at the San Luis Obispo International Film Festival and has been screened at the Big Sky Documentary Film Festival and the Dallas International Film Festival.
Details: 927-8190 or cambriacenterforthearts.org.