Every once in a great while, a documentary accurately frames the authentic experiences of the disability community. Gifted filmmakers Eric Neudel and Alison Gilkey spent six years researching and interviewing the nations’ great disability leaders who joined forces to create what is known as the Disability Rights Movement, and led to the passage of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) – the world’s first disability civil rights law. That documentary is Lives Worth Living, broadcast on the PBS series Independent Lens. Major funding was provided by Independent Television Service (ITVS). Now that this critically-acclaimed documentary successfully captured and chronicled four decades of disability rights leaders and game changing demonstrations, how does it gain popularity with cross-over appeal to diverse audiences with – and without – disabilities?