“Bad IQ” (2016) is an in-depth look at Autism disorders and the social impact it leaves throughout the public.
|Check out WKBW’s “AM Buffalo” with Bill Cowell (Director) of the project talking about the Buffalo Niagara Film Festival and the new documentary project “Bad IQ”.
The film features one of the last known interviews from the late Philip Seymour Hoffman and features other celebrity parents of autistic children; Joe Mantegna, Ed Asner, Aidan Quinn as well as exclusive interviews with Penny Marshall, Charles Grodin, Robert Forster, Michael Madsen, William Fichtner, Lou Gossett Jr., and more.
More about the “Bad IQ” Project:
“Bad IQ” Documentary Summary
Not just a film about autism, but a film filmed by autistic students.
An in-depth look at Autism, Asperger’s Syndrome and other neurobiological disorders and the social impact it leaves throughout the public and the world. And to commit to raising public awareness and funds for new innovative ideas that can bring hope to all who deal with the hardships of this disorder.
To take a film crew & Autistic students to various locations across the country to
continue filming and interviewing selected celebrity cast related to the project and help
change the future for all who struggle with autism spectrum disorders. And to engage
these same students and crew into the everyday activities of filmmaking, including but
not limited to developmental skills in writing, directing, editing, journalism, composing
Celebrities Currently Attached and Filmed:
William Fichtner, Philip Seymour Hoffman, Aidan Quinn, Penny Marshall, Robert
Forster, Louis Gossett Jr., Charles Grodin, Arthur Nascarella, Mark Johnson, Joe
Mantagna, Ed Asner.
– $2 Million (anyone interested in investing in this project/cause please email us or contact us at the number below to discuss)
Return of Investment:
– Equity Partner (depending on level of participation)
– Producer Credit (depending on level of participation)
– Product Placement for you or your company in the film
– 100% Charitable Tax Credit – The BNFF is a 501 c 3 charitable organization
– Recognized as Title Sponsor (depending on level invested) for the next Buffalo Niagara
Film Festival events (includes Brand Marketing, web, print, ads, programs, radio, tv, etc.)
Buffalo Niagara Film Festival, Inc.