Reviews

"As a film critic with a disability, I'm a paraplegic/double amputee with spina bifida, I was prepared to resist Do You Dream in Color?, yet I found myself won over by its winning young people and Fuller and Ivy's balanced portrayal of the joys and occasional sorrows of growing up with a visual impairment. In a world that continues to offer up so many obstacles that some would consider insurmountable, you will be both entertained and inspired by the hopeful and determined spirits of Connor, Nick, Sarah and Carina." – Richard Propes, The Independent Critic

"A firm kick to … anyone complaining that life is hard for them, this inspiring doc follows four extremely spirited and inspirational blind kids who refuse to let their disability define their life. ... Would have loved to have seen the doc go a tad more investigatory on sides opposing some of the fab four (interviews with school officials for Carina and folks who decide the grants for the sightless to travel abroad for Sarah), but as far as a piece that projects their plight and power, the color of courage here is clear." – Jason Coleman

"This is a super film. I[t] will move you not only because the kids are doing great things but because you will realize the injustices that are being done to them and similar kids. It’s a film that will touch your head and your heart and is highly recommended." -- Steve Kopian, Unseen Films

"For so many of us, high school just downright sucked. The struggles of dealing with that … awkward and developmental period between adolescence and pending adulthood can be a real painful, sometimes embarrassing, and downright horrifying time. … So imagine if blindness were just another stick in [the] spokes of the proverbial bicycle tire that is high school life? Well, that is exactly what the beautiful souls who act as the main subjects in the documentary Do You Dream in Color? are going through, and their unique and individual experiences make for an extremely humbling experience of a film." – Trainwreck'd Society

"The public education system … is a massive obstacle for several of our protagonists. Some of the most riveting and poignant instances in the affair are derived from the fight several of these youth wage. This is to get more relevant resources for the unsighted into their own personal learning assembly. The labor then becomes as much about their ability to shatter the faux notion of limitation. They all yearn, regardless of their drive, to be perceived as every bit as capable of understanding and obtaining knowledge as their collective peers.” – Andrew Buckner, Awordofdreams.com,/blockquote>

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