Crip Video Productions
Independent films by Margot Cole

"Fantastic, I didn't know what to expect, but Fantastic" - Unknown. Praise for "Only Those Who Limp Allowed"

"Margot Cole is appreciated by many, either directly and affectionately by those who know her personally, or indirectly by how her message resonates for people who face extraordinary challenges in managing their everyday tasks. Cole's understanding of the disability process for many living with the constant struggle to overcome huge obstacles is reflected in the video, "Crips Not Creeps".

Her insights as creator and director express the reality of many with special needs who are viewed for their differences by a public that evades seeing shared similarities. Her very clever video presentation also depicts another kind of disability-a disability of the mind that some people with physical handicaps might also have. When one of her main characters, acting from jealousy, resorts to seeking revenge against his rival (who must then defend himself against a false accusation) Cole skillfully brings into focus the far reaching consequences that such personal harassment can have.

As a young independent film director and author, Margot Cole has a very promising future: her message expresses riveting truths that affect us all". - Geraldine Pauling Film Psychohistorian NYC - 2/24/15 Praise for "Crips Not Creeps"

"Hi Margot, and thank you very much for inviting me to watch your film :) I like the idea of showing how you guys are having a social life just like anyone and connecting to each other and to other people despite your disabilities! you have chosen a sweet music to start with; it give feeling of happiness and freshness <3 your actors are handsome Brandon, Randy and even Madison's new boyfriend! I love it and I'm so proud that I have met you because you have showed me a beautiful world that include lovely, intelligent and talent people like you. you told me in the class that not all of you are Christy Brown; I think you, with your awesome personality and talent, are capable to achieve greater success than Brown. I'm strongly waiting to see your next films. (I saw Drama Sighted, Only Those Who Limp Allowed, and Crips Not Creeps). Amina" - Amina

"Margot, You were so eloquent and down to earth in the Q and A. My daughter was really impressed and I am sure all of the others were too. You rock! Michael" - Michael Sheppard, praise in response to our a screening on July 29 2015 at Big Sky Learning.

"Hi Margot, I admire how brave you are. As a person with disabilities like myself I think it is great that you are raising awareness. Your short films are great and very interesting. I would not be surprised if you have your own show down the line." - Victoria Soto

Crip Video Productions was mentioned on Save Lilo & Stitch/Save Disney Shows multiple times.

Crip Video Productions/Margot Cole mentioned on Enter The Faun (see 26 minutes into video)

Only Those Who Limp Allowed on Facebook

Press about our public screenings

Crip Video Productions founder Margot Cole was interviewed via podcast on Able PathwaysMedia

Crip Video Productions director, Margot Cole featured in a video about Lawrence Carter Long, a disability rights activist, that was filmed in 2010. She is seen about 3:02 to 3:15 minutes on the video.

Our director, Margot Cole and Crip Video Productions featured in "The Scepter" newspaper April 2017 issue

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