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A new toolkit aims to increase the inclusion of people with a disability in the Australian film industry, both in front of and behind the camera.

With 60 per cent of the actors in the film and 11 involved in the scripting process living with a disability, O’Connor hopes the film will inspire other people living with Down syndrome to “have a voice”.

Bus Stop Films on Friday will release their Inclusive Filmmaking Toolkit, which outlines best practice principles to create meaningful inclusion of people with disabilities in front of and behind the camera.