The Martha’s Vineyard Film Festival is teaming up with the Island Disability Coalition, Camp Jabberwocky, the Island Autism Group, the Vineyard Independence Partnership, and Martha’s Vineyard Community Services for a disability film festival.

The event takes place over three days, August 26 to 28, and features three films, one each evening at the drive-in at the YMCA.

In addition to movies there will be musical performances and discussions before and after the films.

First up on Thursday is The Reason I Jump which explores the experiences of non-speaking autistic people around the world.

On Friday, Crip Cram screens with a conversation afterwards with disability rights advocate and film subject Judy Heumann and disability advocate and filmmaker Jim LeBrecht.

The series closes out with Best Summer Ever, which will be preceded by a live performance from the Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School’s Voyager and Navigator students, and music from the Dock Dance Band.

All films at the Drive-In begin 8 p.m. Visit, for tickets and information.