In March 2015, the second annual White House Student Film Festival featured a short film starring 18-year old Archer Hadley, who has cerebral palsy, as one of only 15 movies honored that night. The 3-minute documentary short follows the Austin, TX teen in his quest to make his high school more wheelchair-accessible for disabled students. The film was one of 1,500 vetted by the White House and the American Film Institute, all focusing on service and giving back to the community.
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